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mobile phone template, kids craft phone outline


This is a quick and easy craft to make a pretend mobile phone. Have fun sifting through a box of buttons to find just the right ones for your phone. We bought a big bag of mixed buttons from a discount craft shop for a few dollars.

Time: 10minutes
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy

Materials
Cardboard
Buttons
PVA glue
Scissors
Pen



mobile phone template, kids craft phone outline


Method
Draw a rectangle freehand or draw around a mobile phone on a piece of card.
Draw a screen and dots where you want your buttons to go.



mobile phone template, kids craft phone outline


Cut out.
We stuck a rectangle of metallic card on for the screen.
If you have a big box of buttons, have fun sifting through to find the right size and colours for your buttons.
Blob PVA glue on each dot.
Stick a button on each dot of glue.
Leave to dry.



mobile phone template, kids craft phone outline


Your toy phone is now ready to make some important calls.

Categories
#Under 5s
#Easy
#Cheap
#Buttons
#Phone
#Sticking
#Toy
#Imaginative Play
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I'll have to try this. It might stop my son trying to play with my real phone!
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