Duck Hat Craft for Kids

Hello there! It’s been ages since I made a post about Kid’s Educational Activities. 

In this comeback post of mine, I will be sharing DIY (Do-It-Yourself) Duck Hat Craft for Kids. This is, actually one of my toddler’s school performance tasks in PNE (Physical and Natural Environment) lesson for the 3rd quarter of online learning. Their topic for the quarter is about animals, their houses, foods, different body coverings, movement, and names of adult and baby animals.

Let’s start crafting! Check down for the materials needed as well as the steps in making. Watch also for the short video making of Duck Hat and do it with your tots. It is a great moment to learn, bond and unleash the creative skills of your child.

Supplies Needed

  • Construction Paper (colors green and orange)
  • Bond Paper
  • Scissors
  • Paste/Glue
  • Duck Head 
  • Template

How to Make? 

Print, then cut out the duck head template and parts needed. Paste and place the eyes in the middle of the duck head pattern. Paste the bill below the eyes. On each side of the head base,  paste the extenders to form a hat.

That’s all! Super easy to make, so create yours now! Don’t forget to share your creation by leaving a comment down.

Happy Crafting!

Here’s a video tutorial. Care to follow and subscribe.

 

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9 Comments

  1. You know, I love DIY projects for kids. This is a great bonding time for me and youngest.

  2. This is super cool and I am sure fun to do. I can’t wait to do that with my daughter, really fun…

  3. how cute! The craft is absolutely adorable and I totally enjoy seeing it. It looks fantastic and is easy enough to make. Also you can make it for adults for a silly party!

  4. This is so cute! My kids would love to make this and then pretend to be like ducks.

  5. So cute! My nieces would love to make this craft. I can’t wait to show it to them.

  6. Working a project with kids are moment to be treasured. As parents we should allot more time to be with our kids.

  7. So adorable and great to meet you on craft schooling sunday, hope you’ll be back this coming week!

  8. This is so cute! I think my kids could do crafts for hours. I think it’s great to let them be creative and have fun like this.

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