Duck (or Duct) Tape Projects for KIDS

Duct Tape Adventures!!  Oh how we love duck tape.  There are so many creative options for kids.

I think we have a new form of therapy in my house, called Duck Tape Therapy!  There’s something about pulling the heck out of a roll of tape and smooshing it onto something.  Duck tape keeps coming out in different colors and themes.  It’s pretty awesome! (supply list at the end)

Plastic container covered in duct tape – made into a bank!
yellow plastic egg + duct tape
We made these with my nieces.
The 9 year old wore one in her hair too!

 

Jet pack:  My awesome friend, Kerry, showed us how to make the jet pack.  We made a set for my son’s birthday a few years ago and it’s still in one piece!  We covered a cereal box with paper, made straps and jets out of duck tape, and let the kids decorate it.  I’ve seen some now that  have red ‘flames’ coming out of the bottom – awesome!
DIY capes!  Click here for tutorial.
We usually just pick up the cheapest Duck Tape that we can find at craft stores and hardware stores.
You can also purchase supplies on-line:
*recycled goods from around your house!
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Kristen is a Reading Specialist who currently works with children in Kindergarten through 3rd Grade. She is the blogger behind Busy Kids = Happy Mom, a site dedicated to fun, practical, and purposeful activities to do with your kids. Follow Kristen on Facebook, Pinterest, and subscribe for updates.

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  1. Anonymous says:

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  2. Oh that flame duct tape is awesome… I don’t know if we can get cool coloured and patterned duct tape here! Will have to look!

    I truly love the lego capes too!

  3. Thanks Kate! I love the options for duct tape too – so many great ones!

  4. I love Duck Tape there is sooo much you can do with it. LOVE the jet pack I have one post I did on duck tape we made beads with a straw and made necklaces for fine motor skills. (Momma’s Fun World)

  5. Angry Bird game will be quite a difficult one to play for all ages but the dear tutorial had raised questions of utilizing this SUNDAY in the Art and Craft class @ Home…Beautiful and a cool piece of work!!!
    Duct Tapes

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