Directions: Cut out a large (body) and a medium (head) cloud shape from white paper. Cut out four black legs from black construction paper. Glue head and legs to the body. Add googly eyes and draw on a face. Glue popcorn onto body and head. Let dry completely.
Supplies Needed; Paper Plate, wiggly eyes, yellow and pink and black construction paper, black paint, scissors and a black marker.
Using pink construction paper, cut out a circle, using yellow construction paper cut out two horns, and using the black construction paper cut out two ears. Glue the pink circle to the bottom center of the plate, then glue the horns and ears in place. Now use your paint, and paint spots on your cows head.
Here is a fun, and simple way to make a cute foot print. We used pink paint, wiggly eyes, and a black marker.
Supplies needed; White paper, green paper, tape, a pen, cotton balls, and glue.
Roll a strip into a circle and tape it in place. Then cut ears from the remaining white paper. Using the green paper, cut a base big enough for your sheep to sit on. Glue your circle to the green base, then glue on your ears. Next glue on cotton balls, as desired. Finally, draw on a face to your sheep.
An Old Wives’ Tale says that counting sheep will help you sleep.
Materials Needed: A willing child, 5 to 10 sheep. (Make with cotton balls, wiggly eyes, glue, and a paper plate.)
Directions: Let the children glue cotton balls all over the plate. Make a small face and glue the wiggly eyes and draw a mouth.
Instructions: Have the children take turns being the sleeper in the middle. The sleeper will close his/her eyes until a timer goes off. (10 seconds works well) Then the sleeper will wake up, which stops the game. If the sleeper hears or senses someone near him/her he can pop up and catch them in the act.
Each child will have a sheep. While the sleeper pretends to sleep let each child bring up a sheep and lay it by the sleeper without getting caught.
Have the children count together the number of sheep they were able to put down before the sleeper awakes.