Looking for a fun winter animal craft to make kids that isn’t a penguin or polar bear? Here is a super cute handprint snowy owl craft made with construction paper and cotton balls. There’s also an owl template you can print to use with at home or in the classroom.
Handprint Snowy Owl Craft For Winter
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- Owl Template
- white paper
- jumbo googly eyes
- two brass fasteners
- white school glue
Cut the template pieces out. Color the circles blue and the claws and beak orange. Attach the google eyes to the blue circles.
Trace two handprints out of the white paper and cut out.
Cover the body of the owl and the handprints with cottonballs using the school glue.
Use the brass fasteners to attach the handprints to the body of the owl.
Use the school glue to attach the eyes, beak and claws.
Owl Babies Book
Pair this adorable snowy owl craft with the must read book, Owl Babies. (read more or purchase it here).
The owl babies experience separation anxiety when they wake up to find their mother gone. It’s such a cute story about what they wonder about while she’s gone and the excitement of her return. Great for toddlers and older.
For another cute handprint snowy owl craft for kids, check out this cardboard tube arctic owl we made a few year ago.