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Paper Plate Owl

30 Minutes: 4 and up: Fall
Fall Paper Plate Owl

Paper Plate Owl

An Activity for School-Age:

Create marvelous owls with many colors and textures!

Before You Begin:

To make these feathered friends, you'll need paper plates, glue, tempera sticks (orange, red, gold, yellow and brown), two wiggly eyes, orange foam sheets, yellow construction paper and scissors.

Activity Goals:

To create a representational craft using different colors and textures.

Furthermore:

This activity is a fun way for children to imitate the majestic appearance of owls.


Let's Get Started

STEP 1

Fold the paper plate at the sides to form wings.

STEP 2

Draw various designs on the wings and the body of the owl using tempera sticks.

STEP 3

Glue the wings down to the body, leaving a bottom portion without glue so that they left slightly and give a 3D impression.

STEP 4

Cut circles from yellow construction paper for the outside of the eyes and line them with a brown tempera stick.

STEP 5

Glue the eyes onto the yellow circles, then glue the circles to the owl's face.

STEP 6

Cut the beak and feet from orange foam. Glue the beak under the eyes and glue the feet at the bottom of the body.

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