Reindeer Craft for Preschoolers ~ Shredded Paper Rudolph
Do you love Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer as much as we do? Then you are going to love this fun and easy to make reindeer craft. This is a spin off our simple triangle reindeer craft we did last year.
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Reindeer Craft materials:
- Brown Shredded Paper
- Brown, white and black paper
- Circle Punch – used to make the eyes, although you could use scissors
- Red Pom Pom
I pre-cut a number of cardboard triangles just to make things easy for the kids. Then kids covered the cardboard with lots of glue. If your kids are like mine, then they will love being encouraged to squish lots of glue. Usually, I’m reminding the kiddos to only use small dots of glue, but not this time. Make sure to protect your table, because this can get a little messy.
Once the triangle is all covered in glue, encourage the kids to press handfuls of shredded paper into the glue.
You may need to add a second layer of glue and more shredded paper. once the triangle is covered with paper, you can glue on the eyes, nose and antlers.
We love creating kids crafts with shredded paper. Have you seen out shredded paper snowmen or our paper plate sheep. They are so adorable and a little shaggy. I love the texture and dimension that the shredded paper adds, plus is it free. Love that!
“Now, Dasher! Now, Dancer! Now, Prancer, and Vixen!
“On, Comet! On, Cupid! On, Donder and Blitzen!