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Before class print out the lion head pattern onto card stock and make copies. Member's Instant Digital Download 2. Lightly shake the bag until the noodles turn orange. Remove the noodles and place on a paper towel to dry. In class have the children color the lion face and mane and then glue on noodles.
Print out the patterns for the top of the head and the jaw onto card stock. I used a tan color.
Before class cut out the patterns and assemble them if you don't have much time in class. Starting with the top of the head the pattern with the eyes fold on the fold lines and also make a crease from the top of the nose to the top of the dotted lines as shown in the picture.
Glue the smaller trapezoid shape to the center tabs. This will be the roof of the lions mouth. Then bring down the sides of the larger trapezoid and glue over the tabs that have the smaller trapezoid glued to it. To make the jaw, fold in on all the dotted lines except the top fold.
The tab should be on the inside. Glue the tabs down to form an envelope shape. Fold the top tab away from the opening in the envelope. Glue the tab onto the inside of the lions head so that the opening of the envelope shape is on the outside.
The child should be able to put his fingers in the lines head and his thumb in the lions jaw and open and close the mouth by moving their fingers and thumbs away from each other.
Have them curl the construction paper strips around a pencil or crayon and then glue them to the head. To finish glue the ears on and color the puppet. It will also work great for Christian preschools and Sunday school. It includes worksheets for writing the ABC's in print and cursive, games and activities to reinforce the lesson, Bible verse cards, math games and phonic games, arts and crafts, science project ideas and other learning activities.
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Your students will have lots of fun in this lesson by Hans Mol! Children practise following instructions and learn vocabulary for parts of the face and personality adjectives by making an animal mask. Crafting animal paper plate masks is an ideal group project for young children to interact together and have fun making them.
Animal Paper Plate Masks You can make all . What to do: 1. Before class cut one paper plate in half and use one half to form the front of the ark. Save the other half to use as the front of another ark.
Lion Crafts and Learning Activities Children can Make. Use these crafts as learning tools to go along with popular children's books around lions.
What to do: 1. Before class cut one paper plate in half and use one half to form the front of the ark.
Your students will have lots of fun in this lesson by Hans Mol! Children practise following instructions and learn vocabulary for parts of the face and personality adjectives by making an animal mask. Make a cute cotton wool & paper plate sheep mask for the Chinese Year of the Sheep, Easter, Christmas or as a lovely Spring craft activity for kids. What to do: 1. Before class cut one paper plate in half and use one half to form the front of the ark. Save the other half to use as the front of another ark.
Save the other half to use as the front of another ark.