DAILY DOSE OF ART

As prescribed by Paulina Constancia

Animal Crafts for Kids 3:Penguin Rattle

Welcome to Day 3 of Animal Crafts for Kids. Today we will learn how to make a Penguin Rattle.

This is a great crafting activity to do in tandem with a lesson on  penguins. Here is one you can use as a prelude to this crafting activity: THE PENGUIN SONG. Learn it and share it with the kids!



The PENGUIN SONG
from How cast


Now we’re ready to make a Penguin Rattle.

Materials: 
  • mung beans
  • plastic egg case
  • craft glue
  • scissors
  • masking tape
  • 1 set googly eyes
  • glue gun
  • cardboard
  • marker
  • acrylic paints: black, white & yellow
  • paintbrush
INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Fill the plastic egg with mung beans . 
Check out photo below for how much to put in)

2. Seal egg with masking tape.

3. Shape a small ball out of newspaper, to make the head of the penguin. Attach to plastic egg using some masking tape.

4. Shape a beak out of some folded newspaper and attach to the head of penguin.


5. Using some heavy cardboard, shape the feet of the penguin.

6. Cut cardboard feet, and also make the wings (flaps) of the penguin using the heavy cardboard.

7. Attach wings and feet to penguin’s body using a glue gun.

8. Paint  most of the penguin black and just the face, belly and under the wings will be white.

9. Paint beak and feet yellow.

10. Attach googly eyes using craft glue or the glue gun.

And there you have it, 
your very own homemade Penguin Rattle!
Animal Crafts for Kids #3
“Penguin Rattle”

on daily-dose-of-art.com
A Penguin Quote For Us Today:
“It’s practically impossible 
to look at a penguin and feel angry.”
-Joe Moore 
from brainyquote

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