Crafts for Kids Winter

Snowy Owl Paper Bag Puppet Craft

Owl Crafts have always been some of my favorite. They are just so cute! With winter coming, we decided to make a Snowy Owl Craft. This owl paper bag puppet is such a fun, easy-to-make winter craft for kids from toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd graders. This snowy owl craft is perfect for December, January, and February as a winter animal craft.

Owl Crafts have always been some of my favorite. They are just so cute! With winter coming, we decided to make a Snowy Owl Craft. This owl paper bag puppet is such a fun, easy-to-make winter craft for kids from toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd graders. This snowy owl craft is perfect for December, January, and February as a winter animal craft.

Owl paper bag puppet

This owl paper bag puppet uses simple supplies you may already have around the house. Plus the owl paper bag craft turns out so cute with its striking white body it is sure to be a favorite kids craft for winter! This paper bag owl craft is perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, and grade 2 students who are celebrating winter!  This is a fun addition to a winter theme, winter animals theme, or just as a easy winter craft for children.

yellow and black construction paper, white paint, glue and brown paper bag

Owl paper bag craft

All you need are a few simple materials to make this preschool winter craft; chances are you have most of these craft supplies already at your home!

Materials:

  • paper bag
  • construction paper in white, yellow, and black
  • scissors
  • glue
  • white paint
  • cotton ball
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Snowy owl craft

To get this Snowy Owl craft ready, you’ll need to cut the following pieces from construction paper:

  • Black: One triangle for the beak, and two round black eyes. Optionally cut several small crescent shapes for some black feathers.
  • Yellow: Two eyes, a bit larger than the black circles.
  • White: One triangle, slightly wider than the paper bag, and two semicircles for the wings.

Once the paper pieces are cut, it’s time to make the owl!

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Snow owl craft

First, paint the front of the paper bag with white paint using a cotton ball. Do this by dipping the cotton ball into the white paint, and then dabbing it all around the front of the bag. Doing this makes the owl look fluffy with a lot of white feathers.

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Snowy owl craft preschool

After you are finished painting the feathers, it’s time to glue on the paper pieces.

First glue the white triangle onto the top of the head. Next attach the white wings to the side.

Glue the yellow eyes on top of the white triangle and then glue the black circles in the center. Next add the black beak.

Finish by gluing the black “feather” pieces all around the front of the owl.

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Snowy owl craft for preschoolers

Let the snowy owl dry, and you’re finished! Use this owl to act out owl songs or stories. These would be great to go along with the book Owl Babies, and would go great with a winter or Arctic animals theme.

 

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Emily

Emily loves to get out exploring and learning alongside her children, and strives to make learning fun! She blogs at Creative Little Explorers, where she shares hands-on learning ideas, nature activities, crafts, and more.

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