Simple Pig Craft

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We are almost done with our Farm unit, {wish I could have spent a week on each animal} but we are ending with pigs.

I recently saw a super cute pig on pinterest, but decided that buying 24 pink large plates and 24 pink small plates was a little out of my budget for a craft project.

So…  I got out my computer tools and whipped up my own simplified version of the project.  I just printed the shapes (focus on circle, triangle and rectangle) on pink construction paper, the kids cut them out and lastly we added a pink tail and google eyes.  They are super cute and were MUCH cheaper than the paper plate version.

Here’s our group of pigs in the mud!  Aren’t they cute?  I love how they all turned out a little different and their curly little tales are super fun!


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Download the pig shape PDF

Happy crafting!

Letter P Penguin

When learning about letter Pp what better way is there to learn then to make a giant P into a cute penguin?  It don’t think there is a cuter way.  🙂  So here is our giant P penguin.  The letter P is made from an entire sheet of 12×18 construction paper.  I simply used various colors of construction paper to make all of the rest of the parts and the kids get to glue him together.  To add a little flair we made them Rockhopper Penguins and added feathers to the top of his head.  Happy penguin making!

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