10 Best Letter ‘B’ Crafts for Kids

letter 'B' art and craft ideas for kids

Are you on the lookout for fun, exciting letter ‘B’ art projects? Then look no more! Kids love to indulge in craft activities, and while these craft activities are fun for kids, they also work as great tools to enhance cognitive abilities. We’ve listed ten letter ‘B’ art-and-craft projects for kids that are perfect for weekends, or after a long day’s work!

Creative Letter ‘B’ Craft Ideas for Children

Art and craft activities are extremely important and help in the development of the child, which is why every school curriculum includes useful, productive work in the syllabus.

All of these activities are safe, and the materials used are easily available. Go ahead and begin these fun activities with your little ones!

1. Bee Craft

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The letter ‘B’, more often than not, reminds us of the fuzzy little bumblebees. Kids associate ‘B’ with bees, so it is a great idea to include a bee craft into your kid’s activities.

Material Needed:

  • One yellow-coloured cardboard

  • One plain white cardboard

  • One black cardboard

  • A pair of scissors

  • Glue

  • Pencil

In case you do not find coloured yellow or black cardboard, you can go ahead and use paints or colour pens to colour the cardboard as well.

Instructions:

  • First, you will have to draw the letter ‘B’ on the white cardboard.

  • With the help of a pair of safety scissors, cut out small strips from the black and yellow cardboard.

  • Once you have cut the necessary strips, apply some glue on the white cardboard cutout and stick the strips on it.

  • Make sure that you alternate between the black and yellow stripes.

  • Once done, leave it to dry.

  • In case you do not find coloured cardboard, you can use sketch pens or paint to colour the alphabet.

2. Body Craft

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This particular craft is both fun and informative. Your child can learn the various body parts while doing this activity as well! It is important for your child to know the different parts of his body, and this activity is perfect for doing that!

Material Needed:

  • A print out of the picture of your child’s face

  • Glue

  • Plain White Cardboard

  • Pencil

Instructions:

  • First, draw a big letter ‘B’ on the plain cardboard.

  • Take a print out of the child’s picture, and cut out each part of the face. You can also use a full-length picture and cut out the different parts of the body.

  • Write the names of the different parts of the face or body on the letter ‘B’ cutout.

  • Ask your child to start pasting the different parts of the body or face within the letter ‘B’, next to the labels. For example, write “eyes”, so your child glues the eye cutouts next to its label.

Your little toddler is all set to learn the different parts of his or her face or the body with this letter ‘B’ art and craft activity!

3. Bat Craft

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Here’s a good way to teach your child ‘B is for the bat’. This idea is to make a DIY bat paper bag to store anything your child wants to store, such as Halloween treats!

Material Needed:

  • Black and white cardboard

  • Black paper bag

  • Scissors

  • Glue

Instructions:

  • First, draw bat wings on the black cardboard and cut them out. Then draw the letter ‘B’ in lower case on the remaining cardboard and cut it out.

  • Draw the eyes and mouth on the white cardboard, and cut them out.

  • Glue the wings on the sides of the letter ‘b’. Then, glue the eyes and the mouth inside the letter ‘b’.

  • Then, glue the alphabet on the paper bag.

Your DIY ‘B is for Bat’ craft bag is ready! You are now all set to go trick or treating with your toddler!

4. Butterfly Craft

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Who doesn’t love butterflies? Here’s one of the best letter ‘B’ crafts for toddlers – the butterfly craft. It is one of the most common letter ‘B’ arts and crafts and is extremely easy to do.

Material Needed:

  • Butterfly pattern – cut this from a cardboard

  • Tissue paper

  • Glue

  • Water paint

  • Paintbrush

Instructions:

  • Cut out the letter ‘B’ from the cardboard.

  • Cut out the tissue paper and glue it to the back of the letter.

  • Using water paint, start tissue paper on the letter ‘B’ cutout.

  • Cut the shape of antennas and stick it on the top of the letter ‘B’.

Your ‘B is for butterfly’ craft is ready! You can use this to make cards or wall hangings to hang them on the walls of your toddler’s bedroom!

5. Bird Craft

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You can have fun with feathers through this activity! Art and craft feathers are easily available at various art and craft stores.

Material Needed:

  • Paper

  • Glue

  • Tape

  • Feathers

  • Paint or sketch pens

Instructions:

  • Draw the letter ‘B’ on a paper, and cut it out.

  • Draw the shape of a beak and cut it out.

  • With paint or sketches, colour the letter ‘B’ and the beak.

  • Stick the beak with glue to the top right corner of the letter ‘B’.

  • Stick the feathers with glue to the left side of the letter ‘B’.

The little bird craft is all set to fly! You can use this craft as a wall hanging. Just tie a thread and hang it or stick it to the wall.

6. Balloon Painting Craft

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Balloons are so much fun. You can also enjoy this craft activity with your toddler.

Material Needed:

  • Balloons

  • Paints

  • Brushes

  • Tissues

  • Glue

Instructions:

  • Blow the balloons and keep them ready.

  • Tear the tissue paper into strips and start glueing them on the balloon. Leave it to dry.

  • Once dried, start painting the balloon in fun, creative ways!

Since you will be covering the balloon with tissue paper, you do not have to worry about the balloon bursting!

7. Bus Craft

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The letter ‘B’ stands for bus, but did you know that you can also make the alphabet look like a bus? Here’s a craft to show you how.

Material Needed:

  •  White cardboard

  • Tissue paper

  • Watercolours

  • Glue

Instructions: 

  • First draw the letter ‘B’ on cardboard such that it faces downward, to make it look like the body of the bus.

  • Take the tissue paper and tear it into strips.

  • Glue the tissue on the letter ‘B’ cutout.

  • Once dry, start painting the letter cutout. The inside of the letter can be the windows.

  • Draw wheels for the bus, too.

8. Banana Craft

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We’ve all learned that ‘B’ also stands for banana. Here’s a banana craft for your little one.

Material Needed: 

  • White cardboard

  • Yellow paper

  • Black sketch pen

  • Glue

  • Scissors

Instructions: 

  • First, draw the letter ‘B’ on the white cardboard and then cut it out.

  • On the yellow paper, draw two bananas using the black sketch pen.

  • Cut the banana shapes and stick them along the letter ‘B’ with glue.

This cute activity also works as a great greeting card, so if you want your toddler to gift it as a birthday card, then go right ahead and do so!

9. Bubble Blowing Bear Craft

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No letter ‘B’ art activities for preschoolers is complete without the blowing bear craft activity!

Material Needed: 

  • White cardboard

  • Straw

  • Watercolours

  • Bowl of water

  • Dish soap

Instructions:

  • Add a few drops of dish soap to the bowl of water.

  • Add the child’s favourite watercolour to the water.

  • On the white cardboard, draw a bear, and cut it out.

  • With the help of a straw, start blowing into the bowl, so it forms bubbles.

  • Take the cut out of the bear and gently place it on the bubbles to bubble paint the bear.

  • Leave it to dry, and your art is ready!

10. Button Craft

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For this activity, you will need colourful buttons from the art and craft store.

Material Needed:

  • Cardboard

  • Buttons

  • Glue

Instructions: 

  • Cut the letter ‘B’ on the cardboard.

  • Take the colourful buttons and start glueing them on the alphabet.

Buttons are cute and great for craft, but make sure you have an eye on your child, so he doesn’t swallow them.

These activities are all great to keep your child occupied and interested in learning new things. Do make sure that you are with your child at all times throughout the activity. This way, you will be able to ensure that your child enjoys the activity safely without hurting himself.

Go ahead and get started with these fun-filled, creative activities for your child!

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