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Jun 8th > World Oceans Day
| The walrus is an interesting animal to introduce letter W and wildlife
in the Arctic region. The walrus printable craft is LARGE
emphasizing on the size of this magnificent animal!
The activities are appropriate for an arctic, polar animals or ocean creatures theme.
Activity 1: Walrus lesson plan > Review the lesson plan for walrus information on other related activities to include with this craft.
Activity 2: Walrus Craft > Ages 2.5+ (Easy 6 pieces)
Tell the children they are going to have fun with activities related to the walrus. The walrus lives in a very cold region called the Arctic and spends a lot of time in shallow water and pack ice.
Review your options for printing and assembly of the craft that best meets your needs. Before assembly conduct some of the learning activities suggested below:
Printing and assembly options for the craft:
Option 1: Print craft color template 1 & 2 cut out, conduct learning activities below and assemble.
Option 2: Print templates black and white 1 & 2. Color, paint or decorate first, cut out and proceed as above.
Option 3: Print black & white template directly on tan / brown card stock or construction paper. Recycling method: Trace the patterns with black marker on brown/tan grocery paper bags to make several crafts.
Paper Bag Puppet Craft Option - assemble face and body - glue to a standard lunch paper bag -- instructions for assembly
Other decorations and ideas for the craft option:
Choose learning activities according to your curriculum needs and children's age.
Colors Activity: Ask children to identify the colors (shades or brown and tan) on the template pieces (after coloring) or if using the color template.
To conduct these activities pieces should be decorated and cut out.
Counting, sequence and recognizing numerals 1 to 6: Write large numbers in the back of the template pieces for a sequence of assembly and count them together. For example: Head #1, mouth/tusks #2, eyes as one piece #3 (or two large wiggly eyes), large body piece #4, small flipper #5, and large front flipper #6. Older children may be asked to place the pieces in number sequence.
Proceed with craft assembly. Show the small image provided in the template to help the children see how the finished craft looks and if necessary make a demonstration to aid them in positioning the pieces. After completing the craft the children can hold their finished craft while conducting some of the activities below.
Color 1 & 2
Black & White 1 & 2
Letter W Walrus printable activities
*Glue or glue stick
*any paper or card stock
*materials to color with
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