BrainFrame: Psychology for Kids
CRAFTS BY TYPE
Contributed by Kaitlyn Guenther


brain-themed clothespins craft

Clothespin crafts are so much fun and also make great decorations. Plus, kids can let their creativity shine with how they choose to create their psychology-themed shapes! Once you have finished creating your amazing masterpieces, you can use the clothespins to hang up all sorts of things such as pictures, artwork, report cards, or this youth mental health resources worksheet.
 


brain-themed magnets craft

Not only are these magnet crafts heaps of fun, but they're also very adorable and super useful! Plus, kids can let their creativity shine with how they choose to create their magnets! Once you have finished creating your amazing masterpieces, you can use the magnet to hang up all sorts of things such as pictures, artwork, report cards, or this youth mental health resources worksheet.
 


brain-themed paper clip bookmarks craft

Paper clip bookmarks are tons of fun to make and also very useful! Kids can let their creativity shine with how they choose to create their bookmarks. Plus, this bookmark craft becomes a great little keepsake or gift. I think reading is heaps of fun, but even better when I see a cute little bookmark peaking over my book and holding my page for me!
 


cartoon brain paper craft

Paper crafts are a classic activity for all ages and are great for playing with or decorating. Children can also choose the black and white version of the templates and let their creativity shine by coloring in their paper craft! These crafts also make great activities for young kids to do while their older siblings are busy learning all about psychology!
 


lightbulb brain paper puzzle craft

These adorable paper crafts let kids turn psychology-themed pictures into puzzles. There are several types of puzzle templates to choose from with varying levels of difficulty. Children can also choose the black and white version of the templates and let their creativity shine by coloring in their puzzle!