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.
To create a representational craft using different colors and textures.
This activity is a fun way for children to imitate the majestic appearance of owls.
Let's Get Started
Fold the paper plate at the sides to form wings.
Draw various designs on the wings and the body of the owl using tempera sticks.
Glue the wings down to the body, leaving a bottom portion without glue so that they left slightly and give a 3D impression.
Cut circles from yellow construction paper for the outside of the eyes and line them with a brown tempera stick.
Glue the eyes onto the yellow circles, then glue the circles to the owl's face.
Cut the beak and feet from orange foam. Glue the beak under the eyes and glue the feet at the bottom of the body.