Learn how to make Forky, the spork toy, just like Bonnie in Toy Story 4!
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The Toy Story movies are full of fun characters, but today, we’re sharing how to make one of the newest members of the crew, Forky!
If you haven’t seen Toy Story 4, you might be wondering who is Forky.
Forky is a simple little toy Bonnie makes in the movie from a spork and some craft supplies. Everyone seems to think since he’s a spork his name should be Sporky, but that’s not what Bonnie decided to name him, so Forky it is!
She loves him and brings him home to become one of her new toys! Your kids will definitely want a homemade Forky of their own, so check out these easy directions.
Read on below to see how you can make a homemade Forky with your child or student! Also, be sure to check out all of our fun Toy Story 4 crafts for kids.
Make Your Own Forky Craft
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What Do You Need To Make Forky?
In order to make Forky, you’ll need the following supplies:
- White spork
- Adhesive googly eyes
- Pipe cleaners
- Popsicle sticks
- White clay
- Rainbow stickers
- Wikki Stix
- Teal marker
- Red marker
How To Make A Forky Directions
Cut your popsicle stick in half and use the teal marker to write Bonnie or your child’s name on the bottom of the popsicle sticks.
Take a small chunk of modeling clay and make it into a volcano shape.
Stick the craft stick halves onto the underside of the clay with Forky’s feet angled outward a bit on a flat surface.
Use a blue Wikki Stix to make Forky’s mouth and press it on the back of the spork. In this example, we made him surprised, but you can make it a smile or anything you want.
Use a red Wikki Stix on Forky’s face to make his eyebrows.
Choose 2 different sized adhesive googly eyes and attach them to the middle of the spork.
Take the bottom of the spork and press it into the top of the clay volcano.
Next, we’re going to learn how to make Forky’s arms. Wrap your red pipe cleaner around the handle of the spork. Shape the ends of the pipe cleaner to make 3 fingers on each side.
Color the sides of Forky’s mouth with a marker then dab it with your finger to blur the marker and give him rosy cheeks.
Place your rainbow sticker on the edge of one foot.
Now you have your very own DIY Forky!
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The great thing about using Wikki Stix is they’re endlessly repositionable so your kids can change Forky’s facial features as many times as they want! You can also use different colors to truly customize your kid’s new favorite toy.
After we made our first Forky, we made him a friend who we called Sporky, because shouldn’t that really be the correct name???
Your kids will have so much fun making their own Forky toy at home.
Just like the real Forky, he’s slightly fragile until the clay hardens so make sure your kids don’t play too rough with him.
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Disney Unit For Kids
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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, which features all their favorite characters, including Buzz Lightyear!
Disney Crafts For Kids
We believe crafting is beneficial for kids because it helps them to explore their creativity! They can then be more expressive in the projects they are making and have the opportunity to learn from the process.
This will also help with their development by working on a variety of developmental skills like motor skills, language learning, and problem-solving. So why not add more crafts into your unit study?! Below are some of our favorite ones:
Mickey Mouse Paper Plate Craft – This easy craft is perfect for a Disney themed birthday party or as an afternoon craft session. It’s simple enough that even the littlest ones can join in, and it’ll keep them entertained too!
DIY Toy Story Alien Headband Craft – Your little Toy Story fans will love this alien headband craft. It’s a perfect way to keep them entertained and engaged, plus it’s another fun Toy Story craft to try out!
Snowglobe Frozen Craft – Bring a little bit of Arendelle into your world with this easy yet super fun craft. You can make your very own Elsa or Anna, and even put them in their iconic dresses.
Paper Plate Forky Craft – If your kids loved the new Toy Story movie, they’ll love this craft! This paper plate Forky is a fun way to bring the character to life and would be a great Toy Story birthday party activity. All you need is some paint, construction paper, and glue to get started.
Disney Activity Ideas
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These Alice in Wonderland printables are the perfect activity to add some whimsy and wonder to your child’s learning.
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- Cut your popsicle stick in half and use the teal marker to write Bonnie or your child's name on the bottom of the popsicle sticks.
- Take a small chunk of plain clay make it into a volcano shape.
- Stick the popsicle stick halves onto the underside of the clay with the "legs" angled outward a bit.
- Take your spork and press the base of it into the top of the clay volcano.
- Next, we're going to learn how to make Forky's hands. Wrap your red pipe cleaners around the spork, in the middle of the handle. Shape the ends to make 3 fingers on each side.
- Choose 2 different sized adhesive googly eyes and attach them to the middle of the spork.
- Use a blue Wikki Stix to make Forky's mouth and press it on the spork.
- Use a red Wikki Stix to make his eyebrows.
- Color the sides of Forky's mouth with a marker then dab it with your finger to blur the marker and give him rosy cheeks.
- Place your rainbow sticker on the edge of one foot.
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