Torn Paper Owlets - We began by drawing the owl step-by-step and ripping brown paper to create the owl's feathers. Ripping the paper was a great way to work on fine motor skill development. The students practiced cutting by tracing two cups for the yellow eyes and cutting them out. They added details such as legs, eyes, and a beak to complete the baby owl.
This is one of my ‘keeper” kinder projects, so much more fun than painting a boring color wheel. Materials: • 12″ x 18″ Drawing paper, cut to 6″ x 18″ • Masking tape rolls • Crayons • Black Sharpie, fine tip • Tempera paint Give students wide sheet of paper as shown. Have them first trace … Read More