Paper Plate Owl Craft For Kids #FallCraft

 

I love doing crafts with my kids but this year my 2 older boys are less interested in crafts. Thankfully my girls like to do crafts so when my preschooler made a paper plate owl craft in his Classical Conversations afternoon preschool class they wanted to make it too!  I cannot take credit for this craft (Thank you Aubrey).  

paper plate owls, Fall Craft, Kids Craft

Materials needed for craft:

Paper plate

Orange construction paper

Yellow construction paper

Black Sharpie

Glue / scissors

Crayons and/or markers

 

First fold sides of the paper plate (this will be the wings). Glue them (do not use a glue stick, it will not hold). Then fold the top of the plate over the wings and glue. Allow the glue to dry for a few hours. I placed a heavy object over the plate so that the folds would not pop up. 

paper plate owls, Fall Craft, Kids Craft

While the glue dries cut out circles for the eyes and feet. Once the glue is dried kids can color their owls and then glue the eyes and feet on the owl. In the center of the eyes use the Sharpie and make black circles for the pupils. 

paper plate owls up close

Aren’t they cute? Keep in mind they were made by a 6 and 2 year old. 

 

What Fall crafts are you making with your kids? 

 


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Comments

  1. I think these are perfect! I think I will do these with my daycare kids but probably use staples to hold the little owl together.

  2. Owls are by far one of my favourite birds and this craft is a hoot!
    I find that my girls love crafting but my son isn’t as interested. I can totally see my daughters using up all of our feathers on this owl.

  3. Ah, so cute! We have an owl or two outside that we hear every morning and my daughter is a bit obsessed. I got her a little stuffed owl and now I should make these with her.

  4. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    I think my kids made these back in preschool! What a fun craft idea.

  5. aw how sweet are those owls. What a fun craft for kids to get ready fro Halloween.

  6. I’m partial to owls and these are the cutest! Definitely an easy craft for little hands and they came out so adorable! The big owl eyes make the whole craft! lol

  7. Catherine S says:

    This is so cute. My son and I always made hand turkeys when he was little.

  8. What a cute and easy craft for fall! I love crafts that use just a few simple items!

  9. How cute is that? I am going to do this!

  10. Aw how sweet are these, what a lovely autumn craft idea, x

  11. Those are so cute! They’re a perfect craft for fall, and look easy for even little kids.

  12. That is such a cute project. I think owls are so cute.

  13. Cute. I should try this, easy and fun way. My kids would love this also. Thankyou for sharing.

  14. It’s nice to see a craft that’s not a pumpkin. This owl is very cute,

  15. This is a really cute craft idea! I think I saw something similar at our library as a make-and- take craft. All the kids at the table seemed to really be getting into coloring and crafting their owls!

  16. I think these turned out cute. They’d be a fun craft to do w/the Sunday School class too.

  17. Super cute! My kiddos love crafts, and something like this would be such fun. I will have to see if they’d like to make these too! So fun.

  18. I think this is so cute! My little girl loves owls, so we will be doing this craft.

  19. This is such a cute craft. My little girl loves owls, so we will be making this.

  20. Such a fun and easy craft to do! I love this! I am going to show my kids and maybe make them this week

  21. This is an adorable craft. We are always looking for fun new crafts to try. I will have to make these with my kids. We have been making a lot of Halloween and Fall crafts lately.

  22. i love owls. there are tons in my moms neighbors. They are like a little posse. lol. when we go for walks in the evening we see them out all hanging together. it is something else. so interesting.

  23. This is such a cute craft!! I love how much the kids can personalize it in so many different ways.

  24. I love that this is simple and adorable. I tweeted and stumbled it!

  25. I love this cute and simple idea! I tweeted and stumbled it!

  26. My goodness those owls are absolutely cute. Simple yet creative craft work which has come out really well. I would love to put my kids in to such craft work so they get more involved & expose their talent as well.

  27. Oddly, I like owls now lol. I think the pair in our backyard let me se into their world. The boys like them too. This looks like a fun activity they can do themself.

  28. This is adorable! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

  29. Super cute! This would be fun to do with my niece and nephew.

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