Every activity is better when it uses Googly Eyes.
There is one item in our craft supplies that I make sure we never run out of. Googly Eyes. We use them all the time in our activities. They are such a great way to add a quirky finishing touch to a craft ,make an interesting math manipulative and are a stimulating sensory play ingredient.
They are available in all different shapes, sizes and colours. I don’t think we will ever tire of using them in our activities. We have already found 22 different activities to use them in on Crafty Kids at Home and I’m pretty sure this will only keep going up and up.
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22 Great Googly Eyes Activities
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Bigger is better for Bubble Wrap Jellyfish eyes or small and colourful for Cupcake Liner Jellyfish.
Play and learn numbers with a game of Googly Eye Number Match or use them on a 5 Little Ducks Inspired Felt Learning Mat.
Add them to an Invitation to Make…Fuzzy Felt Monsters.
Team them up with Cardboard Tubes and make these fun Spring Chicks or fun Old Macdonald Farm Animal Puppets.
They make great spider eyes on this Bouncing Little Miss Muffet Craft.
Mix them up in our sensory Jelly Potion Play activity.
Raid your baking supplies and use them to make Cupcake Monsters.
Googly eyes + Paper Plates = Dr Seuss Pets, Bubble Wrap Tortoise, Crazy Chicks , Bubble Wrap Goldfish Bowl or a Cute Crab.
Encourage new readers with these googly eyes and bubble wrap bookmarks.
Use them to add the finish touches to an Owl Nature Collage.
They make the perfect Busy Bag filling.
Hunt for one in an I-Spy Bottle.
Push them into play dough and make Snowmen, Spiders or Hedgehogs.
For even more Googly Eyes ideas pop over to our friends at Craftulate who love them as much as we do.
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