Old MacDonald Craft For Kids
My daughter has always loved animals. I remember taking her to see Old Macdonalds farm in Freeport Fleetwood a few years ago and there were some lovely animals. It was such a fun day out and we had the best time.
In fact my ancestors lived on a Farm in Harrogate. It’s called Quarry Farm, in Pye Lane and we recently went to visit the farm and my Nanan shared stories of her brother being chased by a pig. Today we ave a real treat to share.
These are the most adorable Old MacDonald themed eggs. Perfect for Easter but also great as a animal themed craft for spring or summer and a wonderful activity to do with the little ones.
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Supplies For This Old MacDonald Craft
- Wooden or Paper Mache Eggs
- Acrylic Paint
- Hot Glue
- Black Paint Pen or Permanent Marker
How To Make These Old MacDonald Craft Eggs
Painting the Eggs
Paint facial features onto each egg and don’t forget to add character such as spots on the cow.
Glue the ears onto each egg, the straw hat onto the farmer etc.
Glue a small piece of feather on the duck’s head.
Use a pencil to draw eyes onto each egg.
When you are satisfied with how the eyes look, trace over them with a black paint pen or permanent marker.
Your eggs are finished!
Creating the Old MacDonald Barn
Download the template and print out.
Cut the template out and trace onto cardstock. Cut each piece out.
Glue the pieces of the barn together. (refer to the photos)
Use a black marker to draw lines on the top of the silo.
Don’t Forget to Download Your Barn Template Here
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