Exotic and wild.
Take a look at this 'mosaic' jungle collaboration bulletin board that was on the wall in Cinci. It is the inspiration for today's RoundUP of jungle projects.
From the jungle to the zoo.
Which theme do you use?
Take a look at this stellar DIY matching game for zoo animals.
Here's a close up of a few of the animals being matched.
Die-cut a set of animals using scrapbook paper.
Laminate poster with one of each animal in place.
Laminate the 'extra' animal and apply its velcro hook.
From my brilliant friends in Taylor Michigan.
Wait till you see this lion mask that was on display this past weekend during my visit to Montgomery, Texas. Paper plate. Crepe paper. Pipe cleaners.
Kiddos could have such fun with a mask of this sort to 'perform' my song:
I've gathered up some images from a variety of articles here in the past.
We'll get started with some of my favorite "lion" projects.
|Fine Motor Practise Cutting a Lion's Mane|
|Lion Puppet from a Paper Bag|
Now, let's mix it up a bit and add in some tigers for diversity.
|Elementary School Tiger Art Using Triangles|
|Bulletin Board Filled with Kindergarten Giraffes for Author Visit, "Tall Giraffe" with Debbie Clement|
|Giraffe Fun in Preschool: Fine Motor Practise Cutting Manes|
Here's a beauty of a zebra project emerging in the Art room down in Venice FL from my visit coordinated by the brilliant Joanna Davis of Our Art Lately.
|Decorated Classroom Door using "Monkey" Theme|