Owl Cabiner Key Ring
- Children should have adult supervision while using materials that are toxic or objects that are sharp
- Guide you child’s hands closely as needed while they use craft tools and materials
Overview: Making an animal key ring inspires children sense of pride by seeing their art displayed. This craft also show children how to use shapes to create features of an owl.
Fine motor: To encourage your children to develop hand strength and pincer grasp (ability to hold small objects with thumb and forefinger) by using craft materials such as scissors or drawing materials.Download the PDF
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- 3 pieces of different colour felt
- Regular glue
- Key ring
- 3 different colours felt suggested: brown for the body, orange for the wings and beak, white for the eyes
- Fabric glue
- Hot glue gun
- Needle and thread
- Cut the felt shapes out of the pattern template.
- Glue wings to both edges of the felt body.
- Fold top point of the body piece down approximately 1 ½ “ into the centre of the body and glue point in place.
- Glue eyes and beak in place over the folded point.
- Fold hang tab in half over key ring.
- Glue hang tab together at the ends. Glue folded tab to the back of the head.
- if you use pictures to inspire art work
- your child will develop a connection to nature
- If you support your child to use a variety of materials
- Your child will develop an understanding of creating options
Owl Wall Hanging
This activity inspires children sense of pride by seeing their art displayed. This craft also shows children how to use shapes to create features.
Fine motor: To encourage your children to develop hand strength and pincer grasp (ability to hold small objects with thumb and forefinger) by using craft materials such as scissors, drawing materials.
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