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It’s super windy here today so I found a craft that we could do to celebrate the wind. Paper pinwheels are easy to make and fun for the kids.

What you’ll need:

  • Square paper 5 x 5  inches
  • Ruler
  • Pen
  • Glue stick
  • Sewing pin
  • Soft stick (or a pencil)

Watch the YouTube video for easy to follow video instructions:

My kids love pinwheels and I remember fondly playing with them as a child too.

What is your favourite windy day craft activity?

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  • My favourite windy day activity is flying a kite! Or making paper aeroplanes and flying them.

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  • Always lots of fun making these!

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  • How fantastic, they look so great!

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  • Very cute. I have a really vague memory of making these as a child – probably at primary school.

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  • OH THE MEMORIES …
    Great activity to do with the youngens. thanks.

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  • The idea is lovely, but I find too that the pin is dangerous and not much secured. The tip of a pin is not easy to bend over but breaks quickly.

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  • Always wondered how to make these – thanks for sharing. I would have to bend the tip of the pin over so no one got hurt or scratched with it though.

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  • I first loved the idea, so I watched the video. I found it actually dangerous, in no time a young child can pull the pin and hurt himself.

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  • yes child hood memories! this was so fun! thanks for reminding me

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  • Wow so much fun, I loved doing these as a kid – can’t wait to make some with my kids – thank you for sharing

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  • We love pinwheels, we have one in the veggie garden.Thank you

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  • Thanks for the paper pinwheel – always an easy and fun project. We love to listen to the wind chimes on windy days.

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  • I have pin wheels in my garden and I love watching them spin.

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  • chasing autumn leaves – and having fights with them LOL

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  • oh, I forgot about these – thank you for the childhood memory.. Will love to make them for my son!

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