It’s really hard to believe how many ideas for playing, crafting and learning comes with such a plain thing like clothespins!
Hope you will enjoy our collection with 33 playful learning ideas with pegs and find some to try with your kids!
Raid your laundry cupboard and make a start with our Peg Sensory Bin for Fine Motor Practice and Play.
Create a beautiful deep red Clothespin Heart.
Discover a really cool way to paint pegs when you make a Very Hungry Caterpillar.
Make a Clothespin Rainbow Busy Bag to make learning colors fun.
Pegs make for a really great loose parts manipulative to add to a play dough activity.
Take a muffin case, peg and glitter and craft an Easy Angel Ornament.
Rainbow Fairy Dolly Pegs are perfect for a spot of pretend play fun.
Guess what is used to make the legs on this Simple Cardboard Reindeer craft?
Get busy with clothes pegs and pipe cleaners and make some Bees.
Turn your pegs into a “Claw Grabbing Machine” for some fine motor strengthening exercises.
Get messy with a painting activity with natural items and a pink peg.
Different colored pegs are great to set up a Simple Color Sorting Activity for your toddler.
Pegging clothes pins around a bucket is a great fine motor skills starter activity for toddlers.
Up-cycle your old Paint Chip Cards into a Fine Motor Color Matching Activity with pegs.
Use Clothes Pins to help your preschooler recognize their name.
Play Nutcracker inspired Tic-tac-toe when you turn clothes pins into soldiers and rat kings.
Grab cotton balls with pegs and paint some Beautiful Butterflies.
Craft a Coffee Filter Butterfly.
Pegs are a useful Maths manipulative. Use some to play this Number Sense Game.
Dress your pegs up in tulle to create cute Clothespin Fairies.
Ladybug Pegs are cute way to engage your little one in a Number Game.
Pick up some Pom Poms with your Pegs and Paint with them.
Roar! A clothespin craft for your little Dinosaur Fan.
Use pegs to help teach you toddler about colors using this Color Wheel.
Move a peg around a clock to help with time telling in a Hickory Dickory Dock themed activity.
Match the letters in this Christmas themed Peg a Word Activity.
Toddlers will have lots of fun using a peg instead of paintbrush. in this painting activity.
Work those fine motor skills as you play with these DIY Dress Up Peg Dolls.
Explore an Easy Winter Sensory Tub with pegs.
Check out how adorable the Clothespin Bees are in this Honey Bee Fine Motor Activity.
Add lots of different textures to your pegs to turn them into a Sensory Play Experience for Toddlers.
There are lots of different options to explore with these DIY Paintbrushes for kids.
Clip pegs onto a Leprechaun in this St Patrick’s Day themed Counting Coins game.