On this auspicious occasion, Team Flinto wishes you and your family a very happy Makar Sankaranthi and Pongal. While the major emphasis of this festival is on the Sun and harvest, cattle is also a major part of the proceedings. So, why not let your child try out this fun and creative paper plate craft activity to create a cow on this occasion. Let’s begin!
How this activity will help your child:
- Boost your child’s coordination and imagination
- Teach your child about animals creatively
- Keep your child away from the TV and smartphone
Materials You’ll Need:
- Paper plate
- Paint – brown, white
- Sketch pens – black, pink
- Coloured paper – black, yellow, mustard
- A pair of scissors
Instructions for Paper Plate Craft Cow Activity:
Flip the plate and paint it with brown colour. Leave it to dry.
Draw ears, eyes, eyebrows, horns, mouth and hair on the colour papers
Cut them out
Stick the eyebrows, mouth, ears, horns and hair on the dry plate
Paint two large circles for the eyes using white paint.Once dry, stick the two small black circles.
With black sketch, draw the nostrils, mouth, and tongue on the mustard patch.
- Colour the tongue with pink sketch!
Say Moo to your Paper Cow!
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