This easy Arctic animals craft is all about the Walrus! It is a great activity to do when learning about the letter W (and its lowercase form, w)!
At Kinder Kampus Preparatory Preschool, LLC. in Archbald, Pennsylvania they had a wonderful time making their Walrus crafts and you can have your students do it as well!
Kinder Kampus Preparatory Preschool, LLC
Archbald, Pennsylvania 18403-1003
Materials Needed for the Walrus Craft
- Brown, white, and blue construction paper
- Stickers that look like eyes
- Black permanent marker
Directions to Make the Walrus Craft
Begin by taking the brown construction paper and cutting out a large circle, a small circle, and two ovals (this will be the Walrus’ body, head, and flippers).
Cut a big circle out of the white construction paper and two long ovals (this will be a glacier and the Walrus’ tusks).
Glue the big white circle onto the blue construction paper so it looks like a glacier on the ocean.
Glue the brown circles and ovals that make-up the Walrus’ body parts onto the glacier.
Glue the long white ovals that make-up the walrus’ tusks on its face.
Stick the eye-stickers onto the Walrus.Use the black permanent markers to draw the Walrus’ nose and whiskers.
The Walrus is done!
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