Grape Sculptures Craft: A Creative Summer Activity for Kids They Can Eat by Jan Mostrom

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6 months ago

Grape Sculptures Craft: A Creative Summer Activity for Kids They Can Eat

We made these easy, creative grape structures and had so much fun. Kids age 4 to 8 will have an easier time with this craft, as the toothpicks need to be inserted into grapes at various angles if they want a 3D creation. My sweet helper, CeCe, is only 3 so you can see she loved making the 2D version of this summer activity with me!

Let kids be creative, but please remember to stay with the kids as grapes are a choking hazard and should be cut into small pieces before eating.

You'll need:

  • grapes
  • toothpicks

Here's how to make it: 

  1. Let the kids be creative to make whatever their imaginations can come up with!
  2. The deconstruction happens and it's snack time!

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Jan Mostrom
Donna John I had so much fun with her!
Elisa Schmitz
So adorable. A great learning activity as well as a fun food craft. Love this, Jan Mostrom !
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