Spring is here and its time for outdoor crafting. Have you ever made homemade bird feeders with your kids? This craft is great for this warmer weather and the kids get to enjoy bird watching afterwards. They are so easy and super fun! Plus there are endless possibilities with them!
Use fruit, bread, popcorn, peanut butter and create a masterpiece. Turn something old into something new with some of these simple bird feeders ideas all made with things from home!
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Check out this list of 16 easy DIY Bird Feeder crafts everyone in the family can help make!
16 DIY Bird Feeders for Kids
- Make something new from something old with this DIY Bird Feeder– Crystal and Comp
- Use your favorite cereal to make these Easy Cheerio Bird Feeders– Happy Hooligans
- Check out this super easy Apple Bird Feeder– Frogs Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
- Create a birdhouse and a feeder all in one with this Birdhouse Bird Feeder– Momma’s Fun World
- Expand those fine motor skills with your toddler with this Bird Feeder Craft– Hands On As We Grow
- Use this awesome how-to for a Gourd Bird Feeder– Kitchen Counter Chronicles
- Clean out the cupboard and make these Bird Feeders with Fruit Scraps and Popcorn– Happy Hooligans
- Easy peasy Toilet Paper Roll Bird Feeder– Juggling With Kids
- Make these Bird Feeders from plastic lids- Frogs Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
- Watch the birds eat from the window with this Homemade Window Bird Feeder– Teach Beside Me
- Create a tree tea party with these Teacup Bird Feeders– DIY Inspired
- Use up all those collected pine cones with this Pine Cone Bird Feeder– Therapy Fun Zone
- This Milk Jug Bird Feeder is a great way to recycle an old milk jug- Happy Hooligans
- Make fun shapes with these Cookie Cutter Bird Feeders– Juggling With Kids
- Use bagels to make these creative Bagel Bird Feeders– Frogs Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
- These Orange Cup Bird Feeders are great for squirrels and birds!- Happy Hooligans
Aren’t these bird feeders amazing! Incorporate them into your homeschool unit study, bird lesson, or an easy warm weather craft!