Labor Day Song and Carpenter Tool Belt Craft For Kids.
Here’s a Labor Day Song and carpenter tool belt craft for kids!
This Tool Belt craft is a great extension activity for preschoolers and kindergarteners. Just perfect for a Labor Day unit theme – at home or in the classroom.
And, creating this community helpers craft a ton of fun for kids to make and wear during pretend play time!
Richard Scarry’s What Do People Do All Day? written by Richard Scarry, is a wonderful book to read to introduce children to community helpers.
And, there are so many great activities to go along with the book, like this Labor Day Song and Carpenter Tool Belt craft for kids.
The Labor Day song for kids is a nice complement to this super fun kids community helpers craft activity!
So, what are you waiting for? Let’s start singing and learning with the Labor Day Song and carpenter tool belt craft!
Craft supplies you will need:
- Black Poster Board
- White paper
- Printable Tools template
- Hold punch
- Twist ties or string
Take a black poster board, cut 3 inch strips width-wise, and length-wise go as long as you can. These will be the tool belts that fit around each child’s waist.
Next, have the children help you punch two holes on either end of the tool belt.
Then, print out the Tool template on white paper.
When ready, have the children color in their tools and then cut them out.
Using glue or a stapler, have the children attach the tools to the belt.
Lastly, have the children thread twist ties or string through the holes, made earlier, on the tool belt to secure it around their waist.
And, voila, the children have now made a Builder Tool Belt! This fun craft is just perfect for a Community Helpers theme unit and pretend play!