Turn simple green Christmas tree baubles into these Ninja Turtle ornaments with just some ribbon and googly eyes.
These turtle puppets are such a simple craft for younger Ninja Turtle fans, using Styrofoam balls painted green, then decorated with felt and googly eyes.
Take an ordinary paper plate and turn it into this Ninja Turtle. You could also punch out some holes for eyes and attach some elastic to create a Ninja Turtle mask.
Don’t throw away old toilet paper rolls; instead turn them into these toilet paper roll Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It’s a fun, simple craft for those times you need to keep the kids busy.
If your child is having a Ninja Turtle themed birthday party then these treat bags are a must do. They are so simple yet look surprisingly effective, kids will love them.
Next time you visit the beach collect some seashells and turn them into these Ninja Turtle seashells with nothing but a black texta for the outlines and some paints.
Use an egg carton to make Ninja Turtle action figures. You just need an egg carton, some paint and googly eyes to get started.
These sewer slime eggs are a two in one activity, first make the Ninja Turtle eggs, then make the sewer slime to go in them. The slime will keep kids occupied for hours.
If you have some green balloons around the house give these Ninja Turtle balloons a try. They are perfect for birthday parties or just because.
This looks like so much fun! Recycle old plastic bottles by turning them into green Ninja Turtle bowling pins, then keep the kids busy with endless games of bowling.
Kids can make their very own Ninja Turtle costume, complete with face mask and turtle shell. It also makes a great party activity for Ninja Turtle themed birthday parties.
Use washable paint to paint green handprints onto paper, then turn the handprints into Ninja Turtles. Handprint paintings are always nice to keep. You can look back and see just how much your children’s hand have grown.