Sheep Paper Plate Craft

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Sheep Paper Plate Craft

One summer, my family took a vacation to Massachusetts and I remember visiting a farm and standing in the middle of a mob of sheep and lambs.  It was amazing as an eight year old to be so close to these animals.  I remember a feeling of fear coupled with amazement and how much I wanted to just run up and pull on the sheeps’ coat of fur.  This little craft project reminds me of that time with my family.  Have your little ones make a flock of their own.

Some cool facts about Sheep:

  • Young sheep are called lambs.
  • Sheep have a field of vision of around 300 degrees, allowing them to see behind themselves without having to turn their head.
  • Sheep are herbivores that eat vegetation such as grass.
  • Sheep like to stay close to others in a herd which makes them easier to move together to new pastures.
  • There are over 1 billion sheep in the world!

Ideal for this type of Little Crafter

Preschooler

What you’ll need

  • 1 paper plate
  • 25-30 cotton balls
  • 1 oval with an ear sticking up for the head from black construction paper or felt
  • 2 rectangle legs from black construction paper or felt
  • 1 small ribbon
  • 1 google eye
  • Craft glue

How-to make this craft

  1. Put glue all over the paper plate and put cover with cotton balls.
  2. Glue the head and leg pieces to the back.
  3. Glue on a ribbon and google eye.

Have you visited a farm with your family? Tell us your story in the comments area below.

 

This project by Preschool Education for Kids

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