Animal Paper Activities
You and your child can create this beautiful butterfly mobile for hanging anywhere in the home (and learn about this magical creature while you're at it).
In this fun preschool arts and crafts activity, your child will create a cute and colorful caterpillar using pom poms, googly eyes, and a clothespin.
This activity is a creative and fun way to boosts a child's motor skills while giving her a lasting toy.
This activity will keep your child entertained long after you've put away the markers and glue. Help him turn a paper bag into a self-portrait puppet!
Your kindergartener will have a blast developing his fine motor skills and working on shape recognition with this bright and cheery crab decoration.
Does your kid love animals, especially wild ones like tigers and bears? With this fun and easy project your child can craft his own animal puppets and go wild!
Help your second grader make a beautiful stained glass butterfly! She'll love the colors that light up a room from this paper and glue activity.
Let your teenager celebrate the history of the American Arts and Crafts Movement by creating a hand-drawn, repeat motif for a beautiful table placemat!
Make an adorable frog puppet out of a paper bag. This puppet is fun to make, and even more fun to play with when you're all done!
Using paper plates, have the kids make these fun animal masks and your house will be transformed into a jungle.