35 Easy Animal Crafts For Kids

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summer crafts for kids

Last week we went to the zoo and since our visit my son has been pouring over the free map asking about each animal and telling me what he learned about it. It gave me the idea to round up our best animal crafts for kids and share them in one post.


Bat
Bird
Bunny
Chicken
Crab
Ducks
Elephant
Fish
Frog
Giraffe
Hedgehog
Jellyfish
Leopard
Monkey
Moose
Mouse
Octopus
Owl
Panda
Peacock
Penguin
Pig
Rabbit
Reindeer
Seahorse
Sea Urchin
Snake
Sheep
Starfish
Tadpole
Tiger
Turkey
Turtle
Tortoise
Zebra

Comments

  1. Denise says

    found this through pintrest! thanks so much this is wonderful to go with the animals I’m teaching the 2 little girls I homeschool for Spanish!

  2. curious says

    where’s the tutorial for the top left picture? :) I’m guessing those are frogs, but when I clicked on the link for the frog project it was a different project. Is it under something else? Or maybe they’re not frogs?.?.? hahaha

  3. Julie says

    This is one of my favorite sites! I use it all the time to teach kindergarten and now I am looking for Vacaction Bible school crafts. When I clicked on the fish link it brought me to a tree frog. Any suggestions?

  4. Curious says

    Great! Thanks! Haha that’s totally understandable. Love your site btw! I use it ALL the time for my preschool/daycare. I check it practically everyday. You have GREAT ideas & projects! Thanks for your help, not gonna lie you make my job a little easier. If I’m ever stumped on ideas I go to your page for inspiration :) Love it!

  5. Addie says

    Thanks so much for posting this! You have helped keep my kids and neighborhood kids busy all summer! We love all the fun animal projects, I also love how you include great books on all the animals we love to read as well :)

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