This simple to make dinosaur craft for toddlers and preschooler will provide an activity plus a dress-up opportunity to stomp and roar like a dinosaur.

It’s also perfect to go with our featured book for this week’s Rainy Day Tots Dinosaurs Love Underpants by Claire Freedman as those dinosaurs stomp and roar around the pages of the book.

So here you go your ready in 5 minutes DIY Dinosaur Feet for toddlers and preschoolers to wear for a roaring and stomping playtime.

DIY Dinosaur Feet from Tissue Boxes

Dinosaurs Love Underpants Featured book of the Week

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We love dinosaurs here on Rainy Day Mum and reading about them is one of our favourite things before we start to craft. It was difficult picking just one dinosaur book for toddlers and preschoolers to feature this week for Rainy Day Tots but we have.

Our featured book is Dinosaurs Love Underpants by Claire Freedman and Ben Cort.

We love the books by this author and illustrator combination. They are funny and have great rhyming words as well as being a little bit silly as well.

In Dinosaurs Love Underpants the mystery of the extinction of the dinosaurs is explained and it had our toddlers and preschoolers in giggles.

Making your Own Dinosaur Feet to Stomp and Road

This is such a quick and easy craft to do together with your toddlers and preschoolers.

DIY Dinosaur Feet with this simple easy to make craft for toddlers from tissue paper boxes. Fun make and do ideal for play.

Once made we then stomped and roared around the house along with our Dinosaur Rhymes and Songs.

If you want your own set to join along then we have made adult-sized dinosaur feet with shoe and cereal boxes.

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DIY Dinosaur Feet with this simple easy to make craft for toddlers from tissue paper boxes. Fun make and do ideal for play.
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Easy Dinosaur Feet Craft for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Active Time5 mins
Total Time5 mins
Keyword: Dinosaur Activities, Dinosaur Crafts, Preschool Craft, Rainy Day Crafts for Kids, Toddler Craft
Author: Cerys Parker

Equipment

  • Scissors

Materials

Instructions

  • Take the 2 empty tissue boxes and wrap them in green construction paper.
  • Use the glue sticks to attack the paper to the box.
  • With the orange construction paper to cut out something that slightly resembled dinosaur claws.
  • Glue these to the front.
  • Slip your toddlers feet into the holes and let them stomp and roar as they become the dinosaurs.
DIY Dinosaur Feet with this simple easy to make craft for toddlers from tissue paper boxes. Fun make and do ideal for play.

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Deirdre is the founder and author of JDaniel 4’s Mom. A teacher from Virgina she has 1 son JDaniel 4th. A specialist in Technology Integration as well as Early Elementary teaching she can be found sharing hands-on learning over on her blog JDaniel 4’s Mom. You can also follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest More from Deirdre on Rainy Day Mum – Polar Express STEM Sleigh Exploration and Rainbow Fish Weaving Craft
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Author
Cerys Parker

Cerys is a marine biologist, environmental educator, high school teacher and mum. Realising that life doesn't have to be put on hold and you don't just have to survive whilst the kids are young she shares ideas to inspire you to LIVE with the kids, with activities to do together, recipes to cook and enjoy and family travel to make memories to last a lifetime.

2 Comments

  1. Who needs expensive toys? Kids love cardboard boxes, toilet paper rolls, and tissue paper… My son’s feet aren’t quite that big yet, but you’ve just inspired me to upcycle some boxes that I can turn into potential “hats”. My kid loves putting things on his head. Thanks for the post!

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