10+ Zoo Animal Crafts
ZOO is the most loved place that every child wants to visit and kids’ affection for animals is obvious. Making animal crafts is all time favorite and I think I have not met any child till date who doesn’t like animals – be it wild or domestic or farm animals.
Animal crafts offer so much variety and easy to make with paper or paper plates or tissue rolls or cardboard boxes Or just handprint and footprint. And we have tried a lot of them. One can practically create crafts with all the zoo animals.
Since we cant go to the zoo at the moment, let’s make craft a zoo craft at home.
Absolutely easy to make a paper zoo and super fun.
- White paper sheet
- Yarn threads
- Animal stickers or drawn on paper
Step 2: Draw and color trees, grass, sky and the zoo frame as per choice. We made a multicolored zoo
Step 3: Fold small pieces of paper multiple times and stick One side on base paper and Other side on the animal picture (ref pic above and below) – gives 3D effect to the zoo
Step 4: Stick pieces of black yarn or thread from top to bottom as shown above and also stick a folded paper each side to give 3D effect
Tada… our Zoo is ready. Easy peasy right.
PAPER ZOO ANIMAL CRAFTS
Just cut rounds of the paper without separating it, color it and tie a thread at the center Of the snake body.
Which type of snake do you prefer- Single colored or multi-colored?
Well either ways, it’s fun to scare people with a hanging snake.
Why not make Lion and elephant do as you say by making them dance on your fingers!
Take a print out or draw on paper and cut and punch holes at bottom to fix fingers in them.
PAPER PLATE ZOO ANIMAL CRAFTS
Paper Plate Lion Mask
Zoo animals are both adorable and scary, so why not have some fun with the King of Jungle’s face mask.
Lion is the popular choice among kids and they all love roaring around with Lion mask ON.
Also read 15+ Paper Plate Crafts
Paper Plate Elephant
Learning alphabets with crafts is better way to remember and works for cognitive development as well.
E for Elephant Made from One paper plate by cutting the ears and sticking the cutout part as trunk. And sticking googly eyes are our favorite part of any craft.
CARDBOARD ANIMAL CRAFTS
I have used a rectangle shaped cookie box for his elephant and so didn’t have to Do much cutting. Just cut the ears and legs and stick a cut part of the box as trunk. Painted eyes and body. ..And viola!
Also read No Cost Cardboard Crafts
HANDPRINT / FOOTPRINT ZOO ANIMAL CRAFTS
You can practically paint all animals using handprints and footprints. So why leave young toddlers behind. Let’s paint zoo animals with those tiny hands and feet.
Handprint Elephant and Giraffe
Make memories with those tiny handprints and some cute zoo animal crafts was well.
Use any child-safe water colors for handprint and footprint crafts
Fast running neighing horses are treat to eyes. HavE you ever rode on a horse’s back?
Can u make out that it’s just a painted tiny foot?
Tip: Be quick and don’t let the paint dry. Hold child’s hand and foot firmly And wipe off immediately after taking impression.
Building blocks are most recommended toys for babies due to benefits like cognitive and sensory development along with logical thinking and creativity.
This zoo with building blocks was made by my 5 year old to shelter his giraffe and few other animals who were feeling left out.
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