Disney’s Toy Story is a timeless classic that has captured the hearts of children and adults alike.
The lovable characters and exciting adventures are sure to please any fan, and this Buzz Lightyear craft is the perfect way to bring the magic of Toy Story into your home.
And with the new movie Lightyear coming out is sure to cause a renewed interest for kids!
This simple activity is perfect for kids of all ages and can be easily completed with materials that you likely already have around the house.
All you need is some construction paper, scissors, glue, and markers. Once you have gathered your supplies, simply follow the instructions below to create your very own Buzz Lightyear!
Also, be sure to check out all of our Toy Story 4 crafts for kids for more ideas.
Toy Story 4 Craft
- Colored card stock
- White card stock
- Glue stick
- Black marker
- Buzz Lightyear template (enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you)
Download the Buzz Lightyear template and print it onto white card stock. Trace each piece onto the corresponding colored card stock and cut it out again.
Glue Buzz’s face onto the purple head piece.
Place the white eyes over Buzz’s eyes and glue them in place.
Take the purple head piece and glue it to the blue helmet bubble.
Glue the green base piece slightly on top of the end of Buzz’s purple head piece, at the bottom of the helmet bubble.
Take the blue trapezoid and glue it to the top of the green base, in the middle.
Take the red, green, and glue long oval buttons and glue them to the left of the blue trapezoid.
Glue the yellow rectangle and the red circle to the right side of the blue trapezoid.
This Toy Story craft is really simple to put together. If your child is older, they’ll be able to do all the steps by themselves.
If you’re doing this craft with preschool or kindergarten-aged children, you may have to have the template pieces all cut out and ready for them to glue together.
We really loved the way this Buzz papercraft turned out; it kinda looks like a paper snow globe, right? If you’d like to use the template, don’t forget to enter your email in the form at the end of this post.
More Disney Activities
There’s no denying that kids love Disney. From the characters to the stories, there’s something about the magic of Disney that captivates young minds. And what better way to get your kids excited about learning than by incorporating their favorite things into your lesson plans?
Check out our fun Disney ideas below!
Reading aloud to kids is one of the most beneficial things you can do for them. Not only does it help them to develop reading skills, but it also enhances their listening skills, expands their vocabulary, and increases their understanding of grammar and sentence structure.
Add in some of these fun Disney books for kids:
Disney’s Frozen 2: Everyone loves Frozen and now kids can read this Little Golden Book at home! It’s a top-rated Disney book and it doesn’t give away the ending if you haven’t seen the movie.
Disney Pixar’s My First Bedtime Storybook: This book is exactly what it says – fun stories to read the kids for bedtime! Parents will love that they’re short stories and children will love the characters!
Where’s Woody: Now the toys are playing hide and go seek, but is Woody too good to be found? Kids love this short lift-a-flap book!
Crafting is a great activity for young kids. It helps them to use their imagination and to be creative. It also helps to develop their fine motor skills. And it is a great way for them to express themselves! Check out some of our favorite ideas:
Forky Headband Craft – This easy-to-make craft is perfect for any fan of Disney’s Toy Story 4. All you need is some paper, a few basic supplies, and less than an hour of your time. Let your kids get creative with this fun activity that celebrates everyone’s favorite new character from the movie.
Mickey & Minnie Mouse Paper Plate Craft – This is an easy paper plate craft that kids will love. All you need are some simple supplies like paper plates, paint, scissors, and glue. Let your little ones get creative and make their own adorable Mickey and Minnie Mouse characters.
Toilet Paper Yoda Craft – This fun recycled cardboard craft is perfect for Star Wars fans of all ages. Follow these simple steps and you’ll have your own Jedi master in no time!
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- Black marker
- Circle punches (optional)
- Download the Buzz Lightyear template and print it onto white card stock. Trace each piece onto the corresponding colored card stock and cut it out again.
- Glue Buzz's face onto the purple head piece.
- Place the white eyes over Buzz's eyes and glue them in place.
- Take the purple head piece and glue it to the blue helmet bubble.
- Glue the green base piece slightly on top of the end of Buzz's purple head piece, at the bottom of the helmet bubble.
- Take the blue trapezoid and glue it to the top of the green base, in the middle.
- Take the red, green, and glue long oval buttons and glue them to the left of the blue trapezoid.
- Glue the yellow rectangle and the red circle to the right side of the blue trapezoid.