Animals Crafts Worksheets:

This collection of Animal Crafts for Kids will provide hours of fun for kids of all ages. Animal crafts allow kids to have wonderful adventures with the wildest and most amazing creatures in their imagination.

Monkey

Materials needed :

Toilet roll
brown, white and black paper
crepe paper
scissors
glue

Let’s get to work:

Wrap a piece of brown paper around the toilet roll, cut it to the exact size and glue the paper to the toilet roll.
Make a ball of paper and wrap brown crepe paper around the ball. This will be the head of the monkey. Glue the head to the toilet roll.
Cut eight long strips of paper and make “witches’ ladders” for arms en legs (see https://www.google.nl/search?q=muizentrapje ) . Glue them to the toilet roll.
Create ears, eyes and a snout.
Attach a piece of string to the monkey and let it dangle from the ceiling.

Giraffe (difficult)

Materials needed :

5 toilet rolls
1tube of a large paper towel roll
an empty (tissue) box
yellow and brown paint
paintbrushes
brown and yellow paper
glue
scissors

Let’s get to work:

The children paint everything yellow first, then they’ll add the brown spots.
After everything has dried, we can put the giraffe together. Use strong glue otherwise the giraffe won’t hold together. Start with the tissue box and legs. Then turn the box so the giraffe stands on his four feet. Then, cut a hole in the face toilet roll to make it fit on the the larger tube. Glue the two pieces together. Finally, glue the neck on top of the empty (tissue) box.
For the finishing touch, make ears, eyes and a tail.

Giraffe (easy)

Materials needed :

1tube of a large paper towel roll
paintbrushes
yellow and brown paint or
yellow and brown paper
glue
scissors

Let’s get to work:

The children paint everything yellow first, then they’ll add the brown spots. As an alternative you can use paper instead of paint.
Cut the tube as shown on the picture.
Let the children cut eyes and ears and let them add the spots.

Snake

Materials needed :

several toilet rolls (depending on how long the snake will be)
green, red, white and black paper or paint
crepe paper (green)
a piece of string
glue
scissors

Let’s get to work:

Cover all the toilet rolls with green paper. Make spots with paint or a different colour green.
Make a ball of paper for the head and cover it with crepe paper.
Glue the head to one of the toilet rolls.
Make a tongue and eyes.
Make holes in the toilet rolls and put them together with a piece of string.


Lion

Materials needed :

5 toilet rolls
2 round beer mats
an empty (tissue) box
yellow paint
paintbrushes
brown and yellow paper
glue
scissors

Let’s get to work:

Attach one toilet roll to two beer mats for the head with a stapler
Let the children paint everything yellow
After everything has dried, we can put the lion together. Use strong glue otherwise the lion won’t hold together. Start with the empty (tissue) box and legs. Then turn the box so the lion stands on his four feet. Glue the head to the body.
For the finishing touch, make manes, ears, eyes and a tail.

Panda bear

Materials needed :

2 toilet rolls
1 small box
an empty (tissue) box
black and white paint
paintbrushes
black paper
glue
scissors

Let’s get to work:

Let the children cut the toilet rolls in half. Now we have the four legs needed.
Then they’ll paint everything black and white.
After everything has dried you can glue everything together.
Finish the project by making ears and eyes.


Penguin

Materials needed :

an empty (pringles) tube
black, white and orange paper
glue
scissors

Let’s get to work:

Cover the whole tube with black paper.
Then, cut a small piece of white paper to create the belly.
Cut long black pieces of paper to make wings.
Finish the project by making a beak and eyes.

Elephant

Materials needed :

4 toilet rolls
a small box for the head
paintbrushes
an empty (tissue) box
grey paint
grey, red, black and white paper
glue
scissors

Let’s get to work:

Let the children paint everything grey first.
After everything has dried, we can put the elephant together. Use strong glue otherwise the elephant won’t hold together. Start with the empty (tissue) box and legs. Then turn the box so the elephant stands on his four feet. Then glue the head to the tissue box.
Make big ears, and a trunk from a “witches’ ladder”. Also add tusks, eyes, a mouth and a tail.


Turtle

Materials needed :

an egg box
a green piece of carton in a circular shape, (about 20 centimeters, 8 inch diameter)
green and brown paint
paintbrushes
white and black paper
glue
scissors

Let’s get to work:

Cut the egg box in pieces, for every leg you’ll need two shells from the egg box. The head will be made out of three shells from the egg box.
Let the children paint everything green first, then they’ll add the brown spots.
After everything has dried, we can put the turtle together. Use strong glue otherwise the turtle won’t hold together. Start by turning the turtle’s shell upside down and glue the legs on the inside of the turtle’s shell. Do the same with the head but make sure the head sticks out more than the legs.
Finish the project by making eyes and a tail.

Crafts on paper

Parrot

Materials needed :

different colours of paint
paintbrushes
coloured feathers
prick pen
tape

Let’s get to work:

Let the children paint the parrot.
After the parrot has dried they will choose 5 coloured feathers. Then can also use feathers they have found themselves.
With a prick pen let them make holes around the tail area.
Then they’ll stick the feathers through the holes and fasten them with tape on the other side of the paper.

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