- Cut out the main body of the owl, 2 eyes, and 2 wings from the newspaper sheet. (Template)
- Using orange paper, or paper you will color orange, cut out your owl’s legs and beak.
- Glue the eyes, beak, wings, and legs onto your owl.
- If you don’t have googly eyes, draw on the eyes with a black marker.
- Once your owl is dry, use whatever materials you have at home to decorate it.
- Younger Children: Parents can make the base of the owl, and children can decorate its body with whatever materials are available at home.
- Older Children: Show children a picture of the owl and ask what shapes they will need to create their own. See if they are able to complete the challenge with provided supplies.
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