Super Mario crafts are cool ways to help your kids enjoy some of their favorite video game characters.
These hands-on activities are perfect ways to have some screen-free fun for your party, brain breaks, boredom busters, or just because.
Find out more about this printable pack of crafts with Super Mario themes and get your free set today!
Easily Take Your Super Mario Fun to the Next Level
Got Super Mario fans? If so, then I can’t wait for you to see these free printable paper crafts featuring characters from these video games!
My boys LOVE Super Mario. When they were younger, my two older boys started playing classic Mario games on Nintendo DS. They had a few versions, like Mario Kart, Super Mario Bros., and Super Mario 3D Land. Both boys (now 20 and 17) still speak fondly of playing those games.
My younger boys also have a blast with Mario-themed games. Our game consoles have changed over the years (from Wii to Playstation 4 to Playstation 5). And we’ve got quite a few more video game. But, all of my boys still say that Mario games are their favorites.
When The Super Mario Bros. Movie was released, my boys started making plans. It was awesome to have a movie come out that all 5 boys (20, 17, 14, 12, 9) could go see together 😊
As the big movie day approached, I took out some of our Super Mario activities for my younger boys to enjoy. And made plans for them to enjoy this new Super Mario crafts pack to keep the movie fun going 🎉
Learn More About This Free Super Mario Craft Kit
These Super Mario characters are featured in this pack:
- Shy Guy
- Princess Peach
- Koopa Troopa
- Bullet Bill
Suggested Supplies for Making These Super Mario Crafts
I think the best way to make the most of your Super Mario craft time is to have these materials ready for use:
Creative Ideas for Enjoying These Special Crafts with Kids
Before beginning all of your Super Mario craft fun, I recommend that you get all of your supplies out and ready to go. It will make the experience so much easier and enjoyable for all.
Make sure to print as many copies as you need to enjoy these crafts. If you’re doing this activity with multiple kids, you may want to print out several of each Super Mario character.
Once the craft pieces have been cut out, you can use glue to attach the pieces to each other and/or paper (like printer paper, construction paper, or cardstock).
If you’d like your Super Mario crafts to be moveable, you can use brads at the joints to make some pieces moveable. Another great way to make your craft move (and add different colors) is to use pipe cleaners.
Another cool idea that my youngest did was to use these pieces to make paper bag puppets. Simply glue the pieces that you’d like for the character onto the bag. For example, you can glue Mario’s face (and relevant pieces) to the flat bottom of a paper bag. Glue the body underneath on the side of the bag. Use glue to add the arms and legs to the sides of the body. Your young children will have a good time with their favorite characters as puppets!
These Super Mario paper crafts are fantastic for:
- party decor
- brain breaks
- rainy day fun
- Super Mario Day (March 10 – MAR 10)
- boredom busters
- library activity (Our local library has a few table with craft stations. My younger boys love being able to sit down and make fun crafts after they pick out their books.)
- just because
Get Your Free Printable Pack of Super Mario Crafts
You’re so close to getting and enjoying these Super Mario activities with your kids.
This FREE printable pack includes 20 pages (10 color and 10 black-and white) of Super Mario crafts.
You can print as many copies of these craft activities as you need to enjoy with your homeschool, classroom, or co-op. If you have co-workers or friends who may like to use these free printables, please share this post. Thank you for your cooperation and sharing!
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