A DIY Leap Year – Fun Crafts for Kids

It’s almost here – February 2016 offers us a Leap Year! This year, February has 29 days; what will your family do with the extra time? There are many ways to celebrate Leap Year with your children, from making families of frogs with your favorite craft supplies to hopping everywhere you go on Feb. 29. No matter how you decide to have fun, Leap Year will be a silly day for all. This week’s roundup has a few ideas for you and your family to use.

Leap Year Bookmarks

Build Leap Year 2016 excitement by having your child cut out their own bookmark. Activity Village offers up this free printable for your child to enjoy.

Lily Pad Craft

Frogs need a place to call home, especially on Leap Year Day! Crafty Morning shares her idea for turning a cupcake liner into a lily pad.

Origami Jumping Frogs

Make your own frog that doubles as fun game. It’s Always Autumn shows you how to create colorful origami frogs.

Lily Pad Hop

What’s a Leap Year celebration without some jumping?! Toddler Approved shows you how your family can make their own Lily Pad Hop game.


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