Day 1 of Christmas Fun

From the success and popularity of last years 'Christmas Fun' blog series, I have decided to do this again this year, so prepare yourselves for some fun crafts and cookery activities to be filling your blog feed over the next couple of weeks.

If you decide to have a go at making any of these activities that I share with you, please feel free to send me some images - I love seeing what you guys have created!

Happy 1st of December!

Up today, on the 1st day of my Christmas Fun 2017 blog series is this Winter robin. I understand that not every School or classroom celebrates Christmas, so I thought we would start with this adorable robin. The robin is a great part of Winter - and also Christmas - but you can keep it just as Winter!

This craft is pretty easy to make and looks absolutely adorable at the same time. Follow the directions below to create this craft too.

You will need:
  • Paper plate x 2
  • Brown paint
  • Yellow card/paper - cut out into beak shape and legs.
  • Googly eyes x 2
  • Glue
  • Red glitter
Follow the directions below:
  • Cut one paper plate into quarters. Paint two of the quarters and the whole paper plate brown and leave to dry.
  • Once dry, draw out a quarter of the robin on the bottom and add glue, then add red glitter on top - as shown above.
  • Once dry again, glue each quarter of the paper plate facing upwards behind the main paper plate - wings.
  • Glue the legs onto the back of the bottom paper plate.
  • Glue the beak and googly eyes onto the paper plate.
Happy crafting!

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