Owl with Fall Leaves Craft
Collecting fall leaves is fun and they make great craft supplies for our Owl. Take the kids on a nature walk and have them collect leaves that have fallen to the ground and are the same size and shape. The end result is a healthy adventure and a fun craft project too.
The colors in the leaves are always there.They’re just hiding. The red, orange and yellow pigments that take shade during fall are on the leaves all year round, but under the surface. When sunlight hits the plants, their chlorophyll breaks down, revealing the gorgeous unique hues we all love! Source: Kids at Art – 7 Unbelievably Cool Facts About Fall Leaves
- Pattern (below)
- White Construction Paper
- Wiggle Eyes
- Click on the pattern below and print on brown paper.
- Cut out your owl shape.
- Glue leaves on the shape starting at the bottom and overlapping the next row. Use the picture as a reference.
- Find a narrow leaf for the nose or cut one of the larger ones.
- Glue on wiggle eyes.
Great fun as the trees start to turn colors.
Patterns, Templates and Printables
Click on a pattern to open it in a new window to print in the correct size
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