Teaching artists at Aurora Theatre share an owl craft from the Magic and Mischief (Grades K-5) session of Summer Camp @ HOME. The wizarding world of Harry Potter provides the inspiration for this craft using materials found around the home.
- 1 toilet paper roll
- 1 pipe cleaner
- 1 cupcake liner or coffee filter cut in half
- 2 large googly eyes
- Markers or crayons
- Hole punch
- Orange construction paper
- White construction paper
Hole punch two holes on either side of the bottom of the TP roll. This is where the pipe cleaner will pass through.
Push the top of the TP roll inwards and tape create the ears.
Decorate the owl and its wings using crayons or markers.
Glue the wings to the back of the owl.
Glue goggly eyes to larger cut out circles from construction paper and decorate them, or glue the googly eyes right on the owl.
Draw a beak on the owl, or attach a cut out triangle from construction paper.
Pass the pipe cleaner through the holes and twist it around the wrist to wear!
Donations will be accepted here.
Folks are encouraged to follow along on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube to engage with #ATSocialDistancingDiaries – a series highlighting uplifting quotes, performance videos and more that connect each other with moments of delight. For more information, visit Aurora Theatre.
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