1 Set sail: it’s easy to make this brilliant boat
You’ll need: a juice carton, a paper straw, coloured paper, a piece of tissue paper and tape
Tip! Pop a bit of tape over the hole so any juice left inside can’t escape.
- Cut a hole in the juice carton to pop the sail into later.
- Now ask your child to cover the box with coloured paper. It’s like wrapping a present. Make a hole through the paper now, too, and push in the straw.
- Now your child can cut and stick details from coloured paper – we added spots and stars.
- Finally, they cut a sail and push it onto the straw.
2 Juice-icorn! A magical way to reuse a family size carton.
You’ll need: a big juice carton, coloured card and paper, white paper, tissue paper, colouring pencils or crayons
- First, your child covers the carton in white paper.
- Now they roll a cone (horn) from coloured paper and decorate it. Then they tape it to the top.
- Cut strips of tissue paper to add a rainbow mane.
- Finally, they draw the finishing touches – nostrils and big beautiful eyes.
3 Under the sea friend: there’s a juice box inside this mermazing make!
You’ll need: a juice box, coloured paper, googly eyes
- First your child covers the box in skin-coloured paper.
- Now they snip the coloured paper to add hair, clothes and a big long tail.
- Googly eyes and a smile complete their creation.
4 Juice box chick: not just for Easter!
You’ll need: a juice box, yellow paper, orange paper, googly eyes
- Ask your child to cover the box with the yellow paper.
- Then they can snip an orange beak and wings and glue them onto the box.
- Finally, they add googly eyes.
5 My family home: they can turn a juice carton into their house!
You’ll need: a juice carton, white paper, crayons
- Help them to cover the carton in white paper.
- Now your kids can draw the details: a roof, windows, door, their face waving in the window!