How are robots used in our everyday lives? Check out Kanopy Kids and see how many robots of different sizes, facilities, etc., perform everyday human life tasks. Speed on over to Overdrive and learn about the history of Robots. Have you met Cassie? She holds a Guinness World Record for running a complete 100-meter Dash. Create a shiny Robot card or perhaps a poster with simple things you have lying around the house. Check out Creative bug for more fun robotic crafts.


  • Marker
  • 3 Pairs of Googly Eyes
  • Base Construction Paper (color of your choice)
  • Black Construction Paper
  • Gluestick
  • Rhinestones (variety of sizes)
  • Foil Cupcake liners


Step One: Fold your main background construction paper in half. Set aside.

Step Two: Lightly flatten your foil cupcake liners. Crease and fold back each left and right side. You can also give weird shapes such as cones, triangles, squares, rectangles, etc.

Step Three: Fold your black construction paper in half and draw a bold letter “T.” One for each robot you create. Cut out.

Step Four: Glue down your “T”s on your main card. Spaced out. Glue down your Robot heads on top. Place down googly eyes and rhinestones. Using a marker, create facial expressions and designs as desired.