Ever wanted a creepy crawly alligator wandering about in your house? Well, of course you wouldn’t! However, we’ve an alternative with waste material craft alligator clips that we’re sure you wouldn’t mind! How about converting that wooden clothespin hanging in your balcony into a tiny prototype of an alligator? We call it abstract alligator! Ready?
This waste material craft alligator activity will:
- Boost your child’s creativity
- Improve your child’s coordination
- Keep your child away from the TV/Smartphone
Parental involvement: Medium
Duration: 15 minutes
Skills Acquired: Imagination, Coordination, Confidence
Want to teach your child about animals? Here's a free worksheet.
Materials You’ll Need:
- Wooden clip
- White paper
- Sketch pens – black and green
- White and black paint
Instructions for Waste Material Craft Alligator Clips:
- Colour the clip in green.
- Draw and cut teeth.
- Stick the teeth on both sides.
- Paint the eyes and nostrils.
Abstract Alligator is ready!
Your child can also try creating other reptiles and animals with wooden clothespins!
If your child enjoyed this activity, then he/she is sure to love our Wildlife Safari box—filled with hands-on activities on jungle life!
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