My son started preschool last week and the teachers are wonderful. It was a really hard decision which preschool program to place him in but after seeing the room decorated in Owl decor I knew it was the right place.
Here are 2 of the Owl Craft projects he came home with last week
Owl Paper Bag
This adorable bag had a note attached to it. The note said: Bring in 4 things that describe something about your likes
Owl Bag looks pretty simple to make.
1. 1 brown paper bag
2. 2 Medium size circles for eyes. You can even add a larger colored circle behind it just to bring it out more
3. 1 Printed “owl about me “circle” for the belly
4. 1 Orange triangle placed upside down for owl beak
Fold the top down into a triangle and either staple to the bag to close or fold down to a flap.
In this bag we were to place 4 items that told “owl about me” things he likes such as cars, a favorite color or a picture of family pet, etc. and he brought the bag back to school for show and tell.
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Magnetic Owl Photo Picture Frame
What you’ll need:
- 6 Tongue depressors
- Brown paint
- 2 googly eye balls
- Yellow, orange, blue foam craft paper
- Hot Glue
- Elmers glue
- Silver marker
- 1 small square magnet
Directions: Give the kids paint brushes and let them paint one side of each tongue depressor. Once dry Stagger the tongue them and glue 2 at the top and bottom diagonally down (see photo). Cut 2 circle eye in yellow, 1 small triangle for the beak, and large square for behind the photo. Use elmer glue to put the photo down on the large square. Glue photo behind the in the opening. Add eyes and beak with hot glue.
Makes a great gift for mom or grandma.
I’m so excited to see my big boy growing up. I can’t wait to see what other craft he puts together with the teachers.
Many thanks to the preschool teachers who teach my son for these fun project. I loved them and hope you do too.
Do you have a school craft project that you would love to share with the readers on the Night Owl Mama. Please email it to me at Nightowlmamablogs at gmail dot .com along with a clear photo and directions. I would love to feature.