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  • Karen Wright

    very cute, a great fine motor skill activity. Mosaic Paper Craft

  • Kristen

    Winter craft. We did this, took awhile, due to tearing the paper. It was easier to draw the penguin on the paper before giving it to the kids. They need to tare the paper, small but not too small. Google eyes work best. The kids made different ties some made a bow for "her" head. We used reg glue not sticks. Use a q-tip to apply the glue to the pieces. They come out really cute

  • Cathy Connor

    Penguin Craft for Kids

  • Cathy Comprelli

    Mosaic Paper Penguin

  • Ashley

    So cute. Fun craft.

  • Brianne Thomas

    Place pattern on top of the light blue construction paper and trace it with a pen. This will create an indent in the blue paper. Add a simple line behind the penguin's body, just a few inches above the penguin's foot. This is the land. Tear white and black construction paper into strips, and then tear the strips into squares. Remove pattern. Apply glue with glue stick to small areas of the blue paper, using the indentations as a guide. Start with the "land" area first, pressing white pap...

  • L Miner

    quick & easy kid craft, you do the outline & they fill it in w/ ripped bits of paper

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