As, the spring holidays are on and like me other parents are also trying to spend good quality time with their kids. Therefore, in today’s post I decided to bring the simple yet very easy & creative activity, kids will enjoy with their parents and could spend joyful time together along with lots of learning.

I along with my daughter also enjoyed this activity which we had done with Popsicle sticks. Popsicle sticks crafts allow you to create a lot of different, unique and interesting things like you can see below, the house we made by using these Popsicle sticks. It hardly took an hour and showed up as a wonderful creation. My daughter was really happy when the Popsicle sticks turned up into the wonderful house shape. You can also have fun with your little kids by making such beautiful Popsicle sticks house or whatever shape, design or object your kids want to build.

Engaging your children in such activities is very beneficial for their mental and physical health. As these activities help them in:

  • improving fine and gross motor skills.
  • enhancing their intellectual skills.
  • learning how to follow the instructions.
  • boosting confidence.
  • increasing vocabulary and learning.
  • increasing cognitive skills.
  • increasing ability to work as a team.

Popsicle Sticks Crafts – Make A Home


  • Popsicle sticks (about 14 – 15)
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Marker
  • Crayons


  • First make a log cabin by looking at the picture given below.
  • Place 2 sticks vertically and spread glue on the sticks.
  • Now start placing around 6 sticks and let them dry so that they could stick together.
  • Now take 3 sticks and cut the edges.
  • Stick them with glue on a single stick.

  • Now the log cabin is ready, draw a door with marker and give wall like texture to the sticks. You can draw whatever you and your kid love to draw of your own choice.
  • Now paint or use crayons to colour the Popsicle sticks with your favourite colour and let it dry.

  • In last Place to stick with glue on the edges to give the final house shape and let it dry.
  • Your very own easy homemade home is ready.
  • You can frame it by placing on plain paper or can draw some plants, sun, birds and clouds to give it a real look.

I hope you would love this activity, as it is very simple, easy and very cheap in price. I love being involve with my kids in such activities as they help them in learning and creating new things. After making this house, my daughter suggested me to build a  ship and I really felt glad that she is thinking about the other objects can be made with these Popsicle sticks.

Do share this activity with your kids I am sure they would love it and share your experience with me in the comment box below. I would love reading your experience and if you have already made any so, do share pics with me as  I would love making them with my kids.


  1. Popsicle sticks make great crafts. They are so versatile and strong. My children and I have used many of them for school projects. That log cabin is so cute and easy to put together. Thanks for such an easy project that small children can complete. You always provide such useful articles.

    • Hi Melissa, you are absolutely right, Popsicle make a superb craft and kids love making different thinds from these sticks. My daughter also love making thinds from Popsicles.

  2. What a wonderful cheap and easy idea! When I was a kid I can remember enjoying these kind of activities way more than expensive toys. There’s something more satisfying about making your own things out of simple materials. I love it.
    The fact that it improves so many aspects of a child’s development such as fine motor skills and confidence is just the cherry on top of the cake so to speak 🙂
    Well done Sarah, I always love your interesting articles.

    • Hi Stefanie, thank you so much for your comments. Popsicle Sticks craft is all time favorite for all the kids. It gives them a great way to express their imagination via their art.

  3. I still have memories of playing with popsicle sticks, it was so fun to see what we could create with them, and i’m glad i include them on my sons craft box.
    I noticed that this is a great activity to entertain children, whether is building or gluing or coloring them, time goes so fast !
    I will ask him today if he wants to build a house! 😀
    I love the ideas you share for children! I look forward to more!

    • Hi Anne , thank you so much for your appreciation and comments. Popsicle sticks crafts are really enjoyable and amazing activity for kids and almost all kids love making things from these sticks. I am sure your son will love making this house.

  4. Wow, Sarah, you have so many great ideas for the kids. I’m going to do some Popsicle stick crafts with my grandson. He’s really into art these days and will enjoy this. I’ve been sharing your articles with others and they all really love your site and ideas. 🙂

    • Hi Tammy, thank you so much for your appreciation. I am glad that like all other readers , you also like this post. It is a lot of fun for kids to make.

  5. Hey Sarah, thanks for the tips on generating some school holiday fun by creating Popsicle stick crafts. We usually have our young nephew & niece staying over the holiday period and always search google before they visit for inspiration to keep them occupied. And here we are with Popsicle sticks.
    We’ll start by making these log cabins further to creating our own ideas. The kids will love their basic construction and enjoy crayoning in their unique designs because they’re both artistic. I like your tip with regards to framing too, we’ll all have some great fun.
    We’ve always a box full of Popsicle sticks due to the kids creating their own ice lollops, there’s another post idea.
    Thanks again Sarah,

  6. I think this could make a great Christmas craft if you added some cotton balls to the roof to make snow! I’m going to bookmark this one for the holidays!

  7. What wonderful tips, thanks for sharing. School holidays are coming up down under and its freezing cold. So this is sure to keep my 3 troops entertained for awhile. Thank you.


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