Pineapple Craft for Kids

Who doesn’t love pineapples? This easy and fun pineapple craft for kids is the perfect way to start the school year with this sweet treat! However, beware because glitter is involved! I am teaming up with Fiskars to provide you with five, back-to-school crafts throughout the week. This sweet pineapple craft for kids is a great reminder of how truly sweet each and every student is.

Please note that I am partnering with Fiskars and am compensated for my work. I received product free of charge, but all thoughts and opinions are 100% mine.

Fiskars scissors makes this watermelon back-to-school craft both fun and safe for my kindergarten students! Be sure to check out all educational products that Fiskars has to offer by Clicking Here. Let’s grab our supplies and let’s get started!

This pineapple keepsake craft for kids is the perfect back-to-school craft for kids and parents, too! Every parent loves to receive a craft with their child’s handprints. Am I right? This sweet craft and FREE editable pineapple tags are fun, and it is a great way to show students how sweet they are, too!

Don’t let the glitter scare you! It can be mess free by using glitter glue. If you’re feeling adventurous then why not use Elmer’s glue with gold glitter to really make your pineapple POP!

1. Cut the FREE Template

Download the FREE pineapple printable and cut with your Original Orange-handled Scissors™ (8″) or your Pointed-tip Kids Scissors (5″).

2. Trace and Cut Hands

Using green construction paper or card stock, trace your student’s hand and have them cut it out using a Pointed-tip Kids Scissors (5″).

3. Glue Hands to Pineapple Base

After your student has cut out his/her hands from the construction paper or card stock, have him/her glue their hands to the pineapple base. The hands will represent the leaves of a pineapple.

4. Add Detail with Adhesive

Using your favorite adhesive, add glue lines to your pineapple base. If you prefer something that is not as messy, have your students use glitter glue. This will save you a step when making this craft. If you’re feeling adventurous and glitter doesn’t bother you, keep reading!


Add gold glitter to your pineapple. Set aside to dry before shaking off the excess glitter or adding a pineapple face.

6. Add a Pineapple Face and Print Editable Tags

Add a face to your pineapple using a Sharpie permanent marker. Add the final touch by downloading, personalizing, and printing these editable “We Are a Sweet Class!” tags. You can find the editable tags HERE. Be sure to check out my cactus, flower, and watermelon crafts for kids, too! Check back tomorrow for another back-to-school craft using Fiskars Products!


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