Pro Life Craft for Kids

The anniversary for Roe v. Wade and the national march for life are coming up at the end of this month, so I wanted to spend some time bringing you pro life content. After spending much time searching the internet for pro life activities and crafts to do with children, I discovered one of 2 things. A- there aren’t any. Or B- they’re impossible to find. So I’ve been working to get some pro life activities out there for all of you!

The first is a craft my daughter and I did making pro life signs. Not only are these a fun activity, but you can use them as diy protest signs for a pro life march as well! 🙂

For this craft, you will need:

  • Paper
  • Markers
  • Paint and/or Ink for stamping


For starters, I’m going to show you how to make tiny baby foot prints with your hand. Start by making a fist and dipping the pinkie side of your hand into the paint. Use this to print the main part of the foot like so:


Add the tiny toe prints with your little finger, and voila!
A baby footprint!

Add pro life phrases using paint or markers.

As long as your hands are already covered in paint, you might as well make some hand print signs as well.

Here are some handprint Hortons we made from
Horton Hears a Who with the famous pro life quote-
“A person’s a person, no matter how small”.

We made the pink clovers with a fingerprint.For anyone who doesn’t know about ‘Horton Hears a Who’
and where this children’s book fits into the pro life cause, check out this link.

More handprint signs:


If you have any more ideas for clever things to write on the hand and footprint signs, leave it in the comments! Also leave us a link if you’ve done some pro life stuff with your kids so we can all go see 🙂

Comments

  1. Allie Bruski says:

    You are so cool for posting these! youre right, no one else has anything! Way to go! My preschooler and I are going to march in our kitchen today. I am a Christian. Hope you get to march sometime. Really, thanks again!!!

  2. Thank you so much for posting! I’ve been looking for some ideas on how to involve my 3-year-old without much luck. This site has GREAT ideas. THANK YOU!

  3. These are great! I pinned every single one of them 🙂

  4. wonderful ideas for kids

  5. Thank you so much for sharing your pro-life ideas! I’m starting up a youth pro-life club at my sons’ parochial school (for grades K-8) & I can’t wait to see how the kids enjoy these! One activity we did at our 1st meeting was to make collages, using old magazines, construction paper, & glue sticks, of all the different kinds of life, human & animal, that we are so grateful for in our world. We discussed all the different stages of life and why God has blessed us with life.