As Father’s Day approaches, get your kids excited with a Rocking Father’s Day Baseball Craft! With just a few items such as paper, glue, scissors, and markers, you can make this simple baseball craft to surprise Dad.
This Father’s Day craft is sure to impress all baseball fans and is a quick last-minute craft idea. We have a free printable template for you to create a colorful and creative paper baseball craft with your kids. This is a simple craft you can make with toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners, and elementary school kids.
Supplies you need to make a Fathers Day Baseball Craft
- Baseball printable template
- White cardstock
- Orange cardstock
- A dark blue piece of cardstock
- Red and black markers
Steps to make a paper baseball craft for kids
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After you sign up, you will get an email to confirm your subscription and once you confirm, you will get another email with a link and password to access our printable library. Open the printable library and you will be able to find our baseball and bat printable under the section “Father’s Day”.
Print it on white A4 construction paper.
Cut out the parts from the template. Get an A4 cardstock and fold in it half.
Place the cut ball shape on the folded cardstock with the straight edge aligning with the folded side of the cardstock. Use this template to cut out a folded round cardstock.
Draw red laces on the baseball using a red marker.
Use the baseball bat template to cut out a bat shape from colored cardstock. Cut out a small colored ractangle shape that you can stick at the end of the bat. Write your special Father’s Day message on the baseball bat.
Stick the bat at the top of the ball shape covering the folded edge.
Open the folded ball shape slightly and place it on a table.
Tap the end of the baseball bat and you will see the baseball rocking!