Screwdriver Craft DIY

Super Silly Screwdriver Craft DIY Instructions For Kids

Are you ready to make a super adorable screwdriver craft with your kiddos?

screwdriver craft

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This craft will be a lot of fun for any kid who likes tools.  And you can make this craft for Father’s Day; Dad will love this adorable tool-themed present from his kids.

(P.S. Don’t forget to check out the rest of our tools and make a toolbox full of cute crafts with your kiddos.)

Keep reading to find out how to easily make this paper craft, as well as some fun facts and jokes to tell during your craft time! And at the end is a free gift for you as well.

Screwdriver Craft Options

Easily make this adorable screwdriver paper craft in one of two fun ways.

We have a simple set of step-by-step instructions that will take you through making your own screwdriver craft out of construction paper.  You’ll find that just a little bit farther down.

This is a simple cut-and-glue screwdriver craft template. It’s perfect if you want a quick and easy craft to do with your kiddos.

Whatever way you choose to make this adorable craft, remember the most important thing is to have a great time with your kids.


The Screwdriver craft template includes…

  • 1 PDF with 6 total pages
  • Size 8.5X11
  • Black and white template: Print, Color, Cut, Glue, and Enjoy.
  • Template (Already Colored): Print, Cut, Glue, and Enjoy.
  • Screwdriver coloring sheet
  • 8.5 by 11 Screwdriver craft poster

Supplies Needed For Your Screwdriver Craft

  • Paper
    • Gray
    • Blue
    • Purple
    • White
    • Black
    • Yellow
    • Brown
  • Markers
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Template (optional)

How To Make Screwdriver Craft

screwdriver instructions

Step 1


  • Cut out a skinny gray rectangle
  • Cut out a gray pentagon
  • Glue the gray pentagon to the skinny rectangle

Step 2


  • Cut out a gray crescent
  • Cut the gray crescent in half
  • Glue the crescents to either side of the body

Step 3


  • Cut out a blue rectangle with rounded edges
  • Cut out a small skinny blue rectangle
  • Glue the small skinny blue rectangle to the other blue rectangle
  • Optional:  You can cut a tiny triangle out of each side of the head
screwdriver construction paper cut outs

Step 4

Hands and Bow Tie

  • Cut out 2 triangles (bow tie)
  • Glue them together on the body
  • Cut out 2 hand shapes  (hands)
  • Glue to the arms

Step 5

Eyes and Mouth

  • Cut out 2 white ovals (outer eyes)
  • Cut out 2 smaller black ovals (inner eyes)
  • Glue the white ovals to the head
  • Glue the black ovals onto the white ovals
  • Cut out a small purple crescent
  • Glue to the head

Step 6

Eyebrows and Nose

  • Draw 2 eyebrows over the eyes
  • Cut out a yellow circle (nose)
  • Glue to the head
screwdriver construction paper craft

Screwdriver Facts for Kids

In the early 1930s, the Phillips head screw was invented by Oregon businessman Henry Phillips.  Automobile manufacturers now used car assembly lines. They needed screws that could take greater torque and could provide tighter fastenings. The Phillips head screw was compatible with the automated screwdrivers used in an assembly line.

In 1797, Englishman Henry Maudslay (1771–1831) invented a large screw-cutting lathe that made it possible to mass-produce accurately sized screws.

In 1744, the flat-bladed bit for the carpenter’s brace was invented, the precursor to the first simple screwdriver. Handheld screwdrivers first appeared after 1800.

If you want more facts check out

Random Jokes (Just for fun)

  1. Did you hear about the circus fire?       
    • It was in tents!
  2. Why did the golfer bring two pairs of pants?     
    • In case he got a hole in one.
  3. I love telling Dad jokes.
    • Sometimes, he even laughs.

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