Fidget Spinner Cardboard Craft – Fun Activity For Kids

You don’t need to be a child to enjoy this! Today we bring to you one of the hottest toys of 2017 – the fidget spinner cardboard craft. Instead of just spinning a toy, your child will learn how to make one from scratch! Is your child ready to spin some coins?

Parental Involvement: High

Duration: 30 Minutes

Skills Acquired: Fine Motor, Sensory, Coordination




  • Cardboard
  • Glue
  • Coloured paper
  • Decorative tape (washi tape)
  • A pair of scissors
  • Cutter
  • Bottle cap
  • One rupee coins
  • Toothpicks
  • Pencil/marker
  • Compass
  • Template for creating a Fidget Spinner (link provided below)



Instructions to create Fidget Spinner Cardboard Craft

  1. Stick 2 pieces of cardboard together with glue.
  2. Draw a circle on the cardboard with a bottle cap and make 8 equal-spaced markings in all directions.
  3. Draw 3 more circles around the first circle.
  4. Draw a line along the 3 outer circles and cut along this line.
  5. Draw 3 circles inside the 3 outer circles with a 1 rupee coin.
  6. Cut the inner circle out with a cutter
  7. Paste 3 one rupee coins on each of the inner circles.
  8. Paste colour paper on both sides of the cardboard.
  9. Stick coloured tape along the edges of the cardboard.
  10. Punch a hole in the middle with a compass
  11. Draw 2 more circles with one rupee coin on a cardboard and cut them out
  12. Chop off the top portion of a toothpick.
  13. Take this toothpick and pierce it through one of the cardboard circles.
  14. Insert this through the hole in the middle of the coloured cardboard with glue on the cardboard circle to make it stick firmly.
  15. Attach the other end of the toothpick to the second cardboard circle.
  16. Add some glue on the cardboard circle to stick it onto the coloured cardboard.
  17. Draw and cut out two circles of coloured paper with the one rupee coins
  18. Stick them onto the two cardboard circle on either side of the toothpick.

Let the spinaroonie begin!

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Ashwin is an aspiring writer, well versed in poems and short stories. With a variety of hobbies and a never dying interest in script writing, he is currently pursuing a career as a content writer.

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