Easy Homemade Bird Feeder Kids Can Make


Easy Homemade Bird Feeder Kids Can Make

Easy Homemade Bird Feeder Kids Can Make
Easy Homemade Bird Feeder Kids Can Make

"If you have birdseed, you probably have everything you need to make this simple bird feeder with your kids. CRAFTS LEARN MONTESSORI EASY HOMEMADE BIRD FEEDER KIDS CAN MAKE Pin Share Tweet +1 Pause Unmute Remaining Time -0:56 Fullscreen X Welcome to Sugar, Spice & Glitter! My newsletter is the best way to stay up to date with our delicious recipes, fun kids’ activities and other gems for Rockstar Moms. Please note, this post may contain affiliate links which help support the cost of running this website. For more details, please see our Full Disclosure . A fun and easy Cookie Cutter Bird Feeder, this Homemade Bird Feeder is simple enough for kids to make and only requires a couple of materials you probably already have at home! An easy bird feeder kids can make, this cookie cutter bird feeder uses common household materials for a super simple craft that will bring all the birds to the yard Report this ad DIY BIRD FEEDER KIDS CAN MAKE Every Fall and Spring, one of my daycare kids’ favorite activities is making homemade bird feeders and watching in anticipation for birds to come visit. We’ve made so many different types of homemade bird feeders, including: Bird Feeder Wreaths PB&J Cookie Cutter Bird Feeders Pinecone and Peanut Butter Feeders Wooden dollar store feeders By far, the kids’ favorite type of bird feeder has been our cookie cutter shaped bird feeders, but they can be a lot of work with a group of kids – and if you’re experiencing the same “Indian Summer” that we are (with a mixture of cold and hot days), a gelatin-based bird feeder could end up being a royal mess. I think the kids’ favorite thing about those bird feeders is that they were able to pick out fun shapes for their ornaments, so I wanted to figure out a different way to let them do that. This simple Cardboard Cookie Cutter Bird Feeder is super simple, but the kids loved it! Plus, since you don’t have to wait for gelatin to set, you can make and hang up your bird feeders in less than 30 minutes. (Less than 10 if you’re not working with toddlers!)"

Materials List

  • Cardboard
  • Peanut Butter
  • Bird Seed

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So easy to do and such fun for children! This past Saturday we spent the afternoon making these and the children presented each of our neighbors with one. Everyone loved them and, obviously, so do the birds! I have already seen 2 new types of birds at our bird feeder that I have not noticed in our garden before.


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