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Craft Supply Checklist for Kid's Crafts

I often get asked, "What types of craft supplies do I need to keep on hand for kids crafts?"

So, I've come up with a list of basic crafting supplies that will keep your kids creative and crafting up a storm!

It's a good idea to keep all of your crafting supplies organized and labeled so they are easy to find. I suggest three sizes of containers: plastic shoe boxes, empty baby wipe containers, and baby food jars. I also recommend a file folder to organize papers and cardstock. These storage containers will help sort and organize most craft supplies. There are also may commercial storage cabinets and units that will also work well!

  • crayons
  • markers
  • pencils
  • colored pencils
  • paint brushes
  • assorted colors of tempera paint
  • glue sticks
  • white glue
  • low temp glue gun
  • assorted colored construction paper
  • cardstock
  • drawing paper
  • newspaper
  • assorted sized wiggle eyes
  • assorted pipe cleaners
  • paper plates
  • foam plates
  • tape
  • ziploc baggies
  • scissors
  • stapler
  • glitters
  • fun foam
  • string or ribbons
  • pom poms
  • colored felt squares
  • plastic beads
  • popsicle sticks
  • stickers
  • buttons
  • clothespins
  • magnets
  • feathers
  • straws
  • sequins
  • paper hole punch
  • safety pins

"Now that I have all the supplies, what do I do with them?", Well - visit http://www.theideabox.com and get TONS of free craft and activity ideas to make with your children. Have FuN!

About The Author

Pam Lester is a mother of 2 and former art teacher. She is creator and owner of of http://www.TheIdeaBox.com - visit for more free crafts and ideas!!

pam@theideabox.com

Pam Lester