New Hampshire is the northernmost state on the Eastern Seaboard. In fact, it’s right under Canada! But that’s not all there is to know about the Granite State!
Learning about the state of New Hampshire can be a super fun unit when you add these hands-on New Hampshire crafts for kids to your lesson plan! There are crafts here featuring state animals and plants of New Hampshire, as well as famous residents and some infamous historical figures!
If you’re studying the rest of the United States this year, don’t miss this fun activity for learning states and their capitals as a family!
New Hampshire Crafts for Kids
1. During the winter, New Hampshire residents and vacationers love to go skiing at one of the state’s resorts. After all, New Hampshire gets about 60 inches of snow each year! Make this fun Cardboard Snowflake Craft to make your own snowflake art!
2. Alan Shephard, one of the Apollo program astronauts, was born in New Hampshire. Help the kids fly to the moon with this adorable Rocket Toilet Paper Roll Craft!
3. The state insect of New Hampshire is the ladybug. This super cute Paper Plate Ladybug Craft is a perfect companion for reading “The Grouchy Ladybug”!
4. New Hampshire’s state fruit is the pumpkin. Around autumn, pumpkins are all over the place! This fun Paper Pumpkin Craft is a cute way to decorate your home with a fall theme!
5. According to legend, the infamous pirate Blackbeard hid some of his treasure off the coast of New Hampshire. That might not be true, but it’s an awesome story to share with the kids as you make this Cardboard Tube Pirate!
6. Conifer trees make up a large part of the state’s forest. Collect pine cones from your backyard to make this lovely Pinecone Mobile!
7. Apple orchards are a common sight in New Hampshire during fall. This Inside of an Apple Craft is a really cool way to help kids explore how apples grow!
8. Remember going to the county fair as a child? County fairs are still popular in New Hampshire. Make this cool Cardboard Ferris Wheel and help the kids learn some STEM concepts along the way!
Did I miss any awesome ideas for New Hampshire crafts for kids? Share your suggestions in the comments!