A creative collection of Corduroy activities and crafts to use with children inspired Corduroy by Don Freeman.
Make a paper plate Corduroy from I Heart Crafty Things.
Sort Corduroy’s buttons with this button sorting activity from About Family Crafts. You can sort them in these matching cups, sort them while lacing on a string or pipe cleaner, or use colored paper. Sort by color, shape, or size.
Use a bear shaped cookie cutter to stamp Corduroy onto paper and make his overalls with fabric or paint (from Artsy Momma).
Corduroy inspired tracing activity from Toddler Approved
Make your own Corduroy button counting cards like they did at Intentional by Grace.
Make a Corduroy Button Necklace like they did at My Joy Filled Life.
Using burlap, buttons, and plastic needles practice sewing for Corduroy like Playground Parkbench.
Corduroy inspired button lacing cards made with plastic lids from Preschool Alphabet
Sort colored craft sticks or buttons into matching pockets from Learning and Exploring Through Play
Make a Corduroy themed sensory tub with buttons and pipe cleaner trees like Hands on as We Grow.
Use this printable to make a Corduroy finger puppet from All Kids Network.
Sew or glue a pocket for Corduroy like they did at Pre-K Pages.
Make and connect a Corduroy inspired Felt Button Chain from A Crafty Living.
Corduroy, Corduroy are you hiding under a triangle? Corduroy shape game from Jbrary.
Try a Corduroy themed dice game like School Time Snippets. Two ways to play: Roll the die and cover that many numbers, first to 10 wins or roll the die and cover that specific numeral.