This was a craft all my kids could do. I took a flimsy paper plate and drew a spiral on it with a Sharpie marker. The marker line was most helpful for my oldest who wanted to be a bit more intentional in her drawings. The line also became the place I would cut later. Then, I just let them lose with pens. They colored to their hearts’ desire. When they were done, I simply cut the spiral out of the paper plate, put a hole and yarn on one end and hung them up. The fun part about these plates is that it was a breezy day, and they would twirl and twirl in the wind. They were fun and relaxing to watch. I got this idea from a book I picked up a few years back in a second hand bookstore. The books is called, “Look What You Can Make With Dozens of Household Items.” I’ve used this book as inspiration a few times.