Big Bad Wolf Paper Plate Mask

What You Need:

  • Paper plate
  • Scissors
  • Brown tempera paint
  • Felt
  • Pom-poms
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Stretchy cord, or ribbon
  • Pencil

What You Do:

  1. Have your child cut the paper plate in half and set one half aside for ears, or for another mask.
  2. While holding the mask up to your child's face, help to draw their eyes in place by marking the position with a pencil.
  3. Move the mask away from your child's face and pierce holes in the eyes with a pair of scissors to get your kid started, and then let them cut along the pencil lines.
  4. Have your child paint the entire front side of the mask brown with tempera paint. Provide support as needed. Allow the paint to dry.
  5. As the paint dries, show your child how to cut out pieces of felt for the eyebrows of your wolf.
  6. Attach pipe cleaner whiskers where the wolf’s nose will be.
  7. Glue a large pom-pom on top of the whiskers to create a nose.
  8. With your assistance, have your child cut out ears from felt or the leftover piece of the paper plate.
  9. Staple the ears to the top of the mask. Encourage your budding artist to color them in, or add in another piece of felt to finish the ears.
  10. Staple a stretchy cord on both sides of the mask. Or, cut two 8-inch segments of ribbon and staple one on each side of the mask so you'll be able to tie it securely in place.

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