Piggy bank is an object that has a short line-shaped hole which is generally used to connect coins or paper. Piggy banks are usually used by children to save pocket money / the rest of their money to save. Usually, piggy banks are made using ceramic or porcelain.
Saving is one of the good habits that need to be taught to children from an early age. In order for children to be more enthusiastic about saving, you can invite them to make piggy banks themselves.
These DIY versions are an easy way to use everyday objects to create a piggy bank your kids love to collect coins!
1. Superhero Mason Jar
What superhero do you want? Little ones will love having a piggy bank like this! With Mason jars, small spray paint, and your favorite superhero stickers, you can make a piggy bank that your child will inhabit for at least five minutes.
2. Piggy bank from cereal box
Use empty cereal boxes to use by making adorable piggy banks for your children. If you have a lot of cereal boxes at home, this is worth trying! All you need is a little construction paper, glue, pipe cleaners, and googly eyes. Put it all together, and you have a simple piggy bank for your child that will take a long time to fill.
3. Airplane piggy bank
This plane piggy bank is an interesting idea! Boys usually play with airplanes and are eager to imagine the real thing. I mean, how happy is the little one when flying it?
4. Piggy bank from a water bottle
Cut the bottle in half, then combine it again. Make a hole in the bottle to place money in. Paint the bottle according to the color you want. Next, you can add decorations, such as the doll’s eyes, ears, and legs.
And here are some DIY piggy banks that you can make :
Besides being useful for teaching children to save, you can also use unused objects to be something of value. Good luck.