Watermelon Seeds Craft
Go to your local farmer's market and buy a fresh watermelon. Be sure to save the seeds! This watermelon craft looks so good, you'll be tempted to eat it! If you like this craft, you’ll also like our Jellyfish craft - another simple, yet adorable craft.
What You’ll Need:
*Paper plate (1/2 per craft)
*Green & red crayons
*Did you know? Seedless watermelon has become so popular that watermelon seeds can be hard to find! Most local farms still grow seeded watermelon, so check them out first. Check the Suggested Resources below for a great link on how seedless watermelons are grown.
*Color the rim of the paper plate green for the rind of the watermelon and red on the inside for the flesh. Glue on the watermelon seeds. Allow to dry.
*Send us a picture of your kids and their watermelon we may post it to our site! firstname.lastname@example.org.
This activity can be found in the Arts & Crafts section of our site.