Animal crafts for kids are fun all year round, and we have quite a collection of different ideas for many of the animal species.
From simple crafts toddlers can make, through preschooler friendly projects, to kindergarten craft ideas and ones for older kids, you are sure to find a project just right for you. And we have more than one craft ideas for most animals, so be sure to check them all.
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Some of our latest animal craft ideas for kids to make
Here are some of our latest animal project tutorials we have shared:
Caterpillars are a great theme for kindergarten and preschool, as they go well with some of kids all time favourite books. The little pom pom caterpillars have been one of our most popular projects, and kids love to take them home. They are a wonderful alternative to a pet rock.
So your kids are mad about foxes? We can’t really blame them as foxes trully are magnificent, and slightly funny, animals. From fun looking origami foxes to all time popular toilet paper roll craft foxes, we are sure you will find the project best suited for your needs.
Frogs are most popular during spring time, best time of the year to observe the frog life cycle. Add to your science lessons by bringing these animal arts and crafts ideas to life. Corner bookmarks are always great to make.
One of our favorite animal crafts to make are hedgehogs, hands down. We’ve got a bunch of project suitable for preschoolers, kids in kindergarten and older kids and with some help, toddlers will manage quite a few too.
They say lion is the king of the animals, but is he the king of animal crafts for kids? Who knows! If this animal is one of your kids favorite ones, it certainly can be! From origami, through toilet paper roll crafts to ones utilising nature’s crafting materials.
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