Ba-ba black sheep, Have you any… cotton?! Yep, that’s right! This waste material craft sheep activity will teach your child to make a sheep using cotton! So hum the rhyme and join us with your tiny tot and let’s sail this sheep together!
This activity will:
- Improve your child’s knowledge about animals
- Great decor for your child’s room
- Keep your child away from the TV/smartphone
Want to teach your child about animals? Here's a free worksheet.
- Black Paper
- A pair of scissors
- White paint
- Black sketch pen
Instructions for Waste Material Craft Sheep On A Roll:
- Apply glue on the top part of the roll.
- Stick cotton on it.
- Draw and cut out a face and stick a cotton patch on top.
- Draw and cut out two legs.
- Paint eyes and nose for the sheep.
You can try the same activity with wool! Use the roll and come up with more animals such as octopus, dog, cow, anything!
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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