Sugar cubes can be used for colorful, sensory and fine motor activities your child will love. Whether it’s to build an igloo or make Valentine’s hearts, kids will have fun with all the different creative things that can be done with sugar cubes!
Take a look at these top 25 play ideas with sugar cubes.
Start with making different shapes and flavors:
Pink sugar cubes make a lovely gift.
Pyramid sugar cubes are a delight for a child to make.
Hearts and snowflakes sugar cubes are great fun to make at home.
See this step by step guide to making flavored sugar cubes!
Now You’re Ready to Play!
Learn all about absorption and dissolving with this sugar cube experiment.
Elsa’s ice palace is a great activity to create with white sugar cubes!
Make fake snow with this cool sugar cube activity.
Have loads of colorful fun with these beautiful painted sugar cubes.
For a mind-blowing sensory activity try painted cubes on a light table!
Sugar cube igloos are a fun winter themed activity.
Be inspired by this sugar cube art & try it at home!
Try this build and knock sugar cube towers game.
Appreciate the beauty of this spectacular sugar cube castle!
A sugar cube pyramid is a great way to learn about ancient Egypt.
For some threading fine motor skill fun, create a sugar cube necklace.
If you’re keen for a tasty game, try making these sugar cube dice.
Make this exquisite sugar cube house with mom!
Learn about rock cycles with this sugar cube experiment.
Sugar cube towers are great for fine motor play.
Science absorption can be seen in this colorful experiment.
Find some great sugar structure ideas here!
Be inspired by this 500,000 sugar cubes metropolis and build a mini one!
A step by step guide to making a sugar cube igloo.
Conduct weathering experiments and learn about erosion.
Play and learn about the Washington Monument with this patriotic activity.
Sugar cubes can give your child open-ended creative fun. Be imaginative, throw in some science and geology lessons, or see how people build with sugar cubes from huge structures to minute detailed painted sugar cubes.
What are your favorite sugar cube activities that your kids love to do?
Zig Zag Fine Motor Sensory Bag