Winter Animal Crafts
Our easy winter animal crafts are perfect for any ages of kids and adults as well. All ages of children love to make animal crafts, and this is going to be really interesting. This list is perfect for you to make with your kids this season. Winter Animal Crafts was never so much fun!
Are you looking for some new ideas? Don’t miss this waddling penguin. Perfect for all ages of kids.
Let’s make this fantastic waddling penguin. This is perfect for kids, and they love doing that type of activity. It is so much fun, and children can make it on their own.
- Penguin template (click here to download)
- paper bowl
- google eyes
- black and orange markers
- Two white pipe cleaners
- cotton balls
To get a start, you have to download the template from the above link. Then start coloring the penguins with markers and cut them out. Now add googly eyes, as you can see in the image.
Then straighten one end of the pipe cleaner and stick it with tape to the back of the penguin. Repeat the step for the other penguin as well.
Poke two holes in the bottom of the bowl—one hole for each penguin.
Place the bowl upside down, and put the end of the pipe cleaner into the bowl.
Now cover the bowl with cotton balls to make it look like snow. You can apply glue to the bowl to add cotton balls easily.
This is another cutest thing on the list here. Let’s make this adorable reindeer paper plate craft. Look at the nose of Reindeer, and It will help to enhance motor skills and as they lace the nose.
Also, it’s the best item that you can add to the Christmas actives list this year. Moreover, you can add a paint stick to use as a puppet.
I love that when an activity doubles as a skill builder.
- Construction paper: Red and brown
- paper plate
- hole punch
- big google eyes
- red yarn
- brown crayon
- school glue
- glue stick
Firstly, color the paper plate with a brown crayon. Also, you can color it with markers.
Now cut a big V shape like a pizza slice from the plate, and that would be the Reindeer’s face.
Then cut two oval shapes out of the other piece, as you can see in the image. These will be the ears.
Let’s glue the oval ears onto the plate and add googly eyes.
Cut out two antlers from the brown sheet and glue them onto the back of it.
Now let’s make its nose, cut a big red circle from the red paper. Use a puncher to make holes along the edges, as shown in the picture. Make sure there’s enough extent so the paper doesn’t rip.
Weave the red yarn through the holes, making whichever design you desire. Tie the loose ends to the back.
Use the school glue to attach the nose to the face.
The Reindeer is ready to light Santa’s sleigh!
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