This owl paper bag puppet craft is easy, customizable, and provides hours of fun! Your child can express themselves artistically and put on puppet shows and play with their craft afterwards.
We are currently obsessed with paper bag crafts over here! There is so much you can do with them, and for whatever reason, anything made out of cardboard or paper bags is getting played with tons in this house!
I figured my kids would tear them up almost immediately, but even my toddler is being gentler than I thought she would.
My preschooler for sure is being careful! You can tell he really takes pride in his creations.
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- Make a Bear Cave Craft
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- Paper Plate Lion Craft
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- Forest Sensory Bin
- Ocean Sensory Bin
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Paper Bag Owl Craft for Kids
The directions for this craft are self-explanatory. Using construction paper, cut out the shapes for the owl’s eyes, beak, wings, and belly.
What I enjoy doing is cutting out 2 sets of these, making one by myself, and presenting it to my son. He naturally makes connections and uses his pre-cut shapes to replicate something similar to my creation, and it’s really magical to see.
After your owl is put together, it’s time to decorate! Feathers, markers, paint, you name it!
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