Entertain your kids with a simple but fun project! This easy peasy toy bridge for cars doubles down as a tunnel and will keep kids busy for hours!
Toy Car Bridge
It’s pretty hard to keep kids entertained on cold, snowy days. But not when you make this easy peasy toy bridge for their cars. This is a great project to recycle some of those paper tubes!
Kids can participating in making this DIY toy car bridge too (because why should you have all the fun?). So this is a wonderful opportunity to spend quality time with kids! This toy car bridge craft is safe and easy to make and will keep their wondering minds occupied for a while. Hours and hours of fun for both your kids and yourself!
This toy car bridge tutorial only requires a handful of supplies you most likely have on hand. It’s a simple craft idea and it doesn’t have to be perfect, kids are super cool about this stuff (how awesome is that?). Why spend a fortune on toy accessories when you cam make this toy bridge yourself. And it’s much more fun, handy and super affordable!
Toy Bridge Tutorial
- 2 toilet paper tubes
- 2 sheets of green construction paper
- 2 pieces of thick 8” x 3” cardboard
- 2 pieces of thick 11” x 3” cardboard
- Hot glue gun
- Step 1. Glue the toilet paper tubes to the ends of the longer piece of cardboard as shown.
- Step 2. On each of the 8” x 3” pieces of cardboard, make a bend at one end about an inch long. Flip over the 11” x 3” piece with the toilet paper tubes attached. Use the glue gun to adhere the bent edges of the short pieces to each end of the long piece.
- Step 3. Cut two “hills” out of the construction paper. They should be approximately 12 inches across the bottom and 8 inches at the tallest point in the middle.
- Step 4. Cut “tunnel” entrances in the center of the “hills” that are approximately 4” wide x 3” tall.
- Step 5. Use the glue gun to adhere the construction paper to each side of the bridge. The bottom of the construction paper should be even with the bottom of the toilet paper tubes.
- Step 6. Slide the other long piece of cardboard into the tunnel.
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