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20 Watermelon Activities & Crafts For Kids

Check out this cool list of watermelon activities for kids!

Kids of all ages will love trying out these watermelon ideas and activities and having fun this summer making crafts, experimenting, and learning!


This list includes 20 awesome watermelon activities with lots of fun ideas and watermelon themed activities to do with your kids this summer. There are watermelon activities you can do indoors or outdoors, watermelon crafts of all sorts, watermelon science activities, and watermelon learning activities. Your kids will love trying out the exploding watermelon science experiment, while the adorable watermelon rock craft is a perfect activity for the hotter days when you need to stay indoors!


Watermelon Activities & Crafts For Kids


Watermelon Painted Rocks from Projects with Kids 

Make these adorable little watermelon rocks with your kids for a simple but fun activity


Watermelon Geoboard, from Fun-A-Day

This activity uses a real watermelon to explore shapes and counting!


DIY Watermelon Squishy Toys, from Buggy and Buddy

Have a go at making these cool watermelon fidget toys.

Easy Borax Free Watermelon Slime Recipe, from Simple Everyday Mom

This is a fun slime recipe that the kids will love.


Watermelon Sensory Writing Tray, from Fantastic Fun and Learning

This sensory activity can help kids work on their spelling and handwriting with a fun summer-y twist.


Watermelon Sudoku Puzzles, from Gift of Curiosity

These free printable sudoku puzzles are perfect for older kids who like a challenge.


Watermelon Do-A-Dot printables, from Gift of Curiosity

These watermelon printables are a great activity for kids to do during road trips, or on hot summer days.


Watermelon torn paper art, from Fantastic Fun and Learning

This watermelon craft requires minimal prep but is engaging enough to entertain your kids!


Watermelon Addition Matching, from 3 Dinosaurs

This watermelon themed math activity is engaging and includes free printables.


How To Make Healthy Watermelon Cake, from Laughing Kids Learn

Try making this super simple but fun watermelon ‘cake’ using only a watermelon


Watermelon Card Craft, from The Best Ideas For Kids 

Have a go at making these super fun watermelon cards and give them with gifts or send them to friends and family.


DIY Sweet Summer Watermelon Craft, from A Cultivated Nest

This cool watermelon craft is great for older kids and comes with a free printable!


Cupcake Liner Watermelon Bunting, from I Heart Crafty Things.

This super cute watermelon bunting would be perfect for a summer party!


Watermelon Paper Plate Envelope, from My Poppet Makes.

Send some fun mail to friends and family with this cute craft.


Free Watermelon Counting Lines, Preschool Play and Learn

This watermelon themed number line activity is a great way to practice math in a fun way.


Free Watermelon Fact Family Worksheet, Kindergarten worksheets and games

This super cute watermelon math printable is the perfect way to engage kids in some summer learning.


Watermelon Paper Plate Fan, Passion For Savings

This cute watermelon fan is the perfect activity to keep kids entertained during those hot summer days.


Paper Mache Summer Fruit Bowls, Red Ted Art

Try making this cool watermelon paper mache bowl for a fun but challenging craft for older kids.


Exploding Watermelon Science Experiment, Pink Stripey Socks

Try out this cool exploration of kinetic and potential energy with this fun watermelon and elastic band and experiment.


Watermelon Bowling, Lessons 4 Learners

This cool outdoor activity is the perfect excuse to get kids outside and active this summer.





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1 Comment

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    Science Course
    September 2, 2021 at 2:40 pm

    Very interesting craft with watermelon, thanks. Considering that watermelon is cheap, you can do a lot with it, and if it doesn’t work out, then it’s not a pity. I would be glad to see more fruit experiments from you.

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