Car-themed activities perfect for a speedway celebration.
This rainy day craft turns a toilet paper tube into a great-looking race car.
Turn a cucumber into a Formula One racer with this creative idea.
Rev up your backpack! All it takes is a few shiny toy cars and a bit of Velcro with this great craft from Spoonful.com.
A cool race car switch plate is a neat way to dress up your child's room -- a great craft from Spoonful.com.
Blowhards, start your engines! In this race, you'll use plenty of lung power to get the checkered flag.
For a no-fuss dinner, bake up a fleet of drive-in hot dogs.
Have your kids turn erasers into a busy fleet of cars and trucks.
Car enthusiasts will find a sweet surprise on this card.
Kids can dress up their toy cars and have a mini car parade like the one held annually in Houston.
Turn two cereal boxes into a garage for toy cars.
Powered by a blast of air, these little racers can really move. Kids can assemble a bunch, then host their own mini derby.
Drop the checkered flag and begin baking this cake, featuring pit-stop-fast assembly.
With just a few snips here and some duct tape there, an empty wrapping-paper tube revs back to life as a double track -- the ideal venue for racing balls or toy cars, and one that's perfectly engineered for solo play.
These pint-size road signs put a grown-up spin on bike rides, another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Assembled from a pound cake and Twinkies, this no-bake treat will please the crew at a celebration with a truck or vehicle theme.
If you have some time to prepare, a paper mache racing helmet serves as a perfect "crown" for the birthday kid.
Go, Tube Racer, Go!
Cucumber Race Car with Radish Driver
Hot Rod Backpack Straps
Race Car Switch Plate
Matchbox® Indy 500
Serve a Meal on Wheels
Park and Play Garage
Soap Box Dragsters
Wrapping Tube Track
Pint-Sized Road Signs
Edible Excavator Cake
Vintage Racing Helmet
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