Popcorn isn’t just for snack time! Make this fun Popcorn Craft for Kids to use on movie night, or around the fall feasts when corn harvests are happening. It’s fun, inexpensive, and super fun idea that kids will love making!
Are you looking for a craft that goes along a Native American Unit Study? This easy popcorn craft idea will be perfect for you. Plus, you’ll have a great afternoon snack while you craft.
Easy Popcorn Craft For Kids
I love that the supplies for this popcorn craft are probably on hand already. Nobody wants to go spend a bunch of money, so this makes an ideal way to keep kids happy on an otherwise boring school day or day at home!
Supplies Needed for Popcorn Craft
Green construction paper
Yellow construction paper
Popcorn (popped – plain with no butter/flavors)
Create this easy kid’s Popcorn Craft:
1. Draw a corn like shape with pointy ends on your yellow paper
2. Draw two corn like shapes with pointy ends on your green paper
3. Cut your shapes out
4. Glue your two green pieces on the back of your yellow piece to look like corn on
5. Put a healthy amount of glue on the front of the yellow piece of paper
6. Start gluing the popcorn on the yellow paper (if you don’t have enough glue on it
will not stick)
7. Your corn on the cob is now ready to display
Making this fun fall themed craft is a great idea for incorporating into unit studies and lesson plans around harvest or corn. With no major mess involved, it can be a fun craft for any age, and is, of course, a great one to snack on as you work. Just remember that the popcorn isn’t edible after you glue it down to the page!