Today we are going to turn a craft roll into a penguin that is perfect for winter pretend play! This is the perfect craft to practice your recycling skills.
Materials from Kit:
- Construction Paper
- Metallic Markers
- Cardboard Craft Roll
- White Paper
- Glue Stick
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- Take a black piece of construction and line up the craft roll in the corner. Make a mark at the end of the craft roll.
- Use the ruler draw a line from the bottom to the top of the paper.
- Using your scissor cut along the line you just drew.
- Next wrap the paper around the craft roll. Cut off the extra paper.
- Apply glue to the edges and all over of the paper and glue it around the craft roll.
- Use your fingers to press the paper to the craft roll.
- Next place the craft roll on the white piece of paper and draw a line across the top.
- Use the pencil to draw a partial oval shape from the bottom to the top of the line.
- Cut out the shape. This will be the penguin belly.
- Glue the penguin belly to the front of the craft roll.
- Draw and cut wings out of the extra black construction paper.
- Fold the edges of the wings back and glue to each side of the craft roll.
- Draw and cut out penguin feet on yellow construction paper.
- Glue the feet to the front of the craft roll.
- Cut a triangle shaped beak out of the construction paper.
- Glue the beak to the craft roll.
- On the scrap piece of black construction paper draw and cut a tuft of penguin hair.
- Trace the tuft on the scrap of white paper.
- Glue the tufts together slightly off.
- Glue the top inside of the craft roll.
- Use a metallic marker to draw on the eyes.
- Pick a color of paper and draw a bow or bowtie. Cut out and glue on the penguin.
Take the project one step further and cut out a rectangle to make a sign. Write a message with metallic marker and glue the sign to the penguin fin.
Who is ready for penguin games! What are you naming your penguin?
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