Echidna craft

Engage your kids in a fun and educational activity with these creative echidna craft ideas. Let their imagination run wild as they create their own adorable echidna crafts.
Your children will love decorating this echidna mask with craft materials that you have on hand such as crayons, pencils, markers, paint or collage materials. I love using this mask as a follow up activity after reading a story about Australian animals. I have also used the mask after making clay echidnas with a small group of children and after using the Little Peeps Aussie Animal finger puppets.  The item comes with 2 masks and 2 elastics. The echidna masks are blank and ready for your own decoration. They are printed on lightweight cardstock and come with the elastic ready to be attached.  This item is available in other multiple quantities. Animal Finger Puppets, Mask Craft, Making Clay, Masks Crafts, Craft Making, Australian Animals, Finger Puppets, Craft Materials, Small Group

Australian Animal Echidna Mask, Craft Making Set of 2 Mask Kit for Children

Your children will love decorating this echidna mask with craft materials that you have on hand such as crayons, pencils, markers, paint or collage materials. I love using this mask as a follow up activity after reading a story about Australian animals. I have also used the mask after making clay echidnas with a small group of children and after using the Little Peeps Aussie Animal finger puppets. The item comes with 2 masks and 2 elastics. The echidna masks are blank and ready for your own…

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Lisa dodd
A child aged 30-36 months should be able to finger paint using their whole hand. Together you can fingerpaint to create the spikes on your echidna Montessori, Echidna Craft, Indigenous Activities, Aboriginal Activities, Naidoc Week Activities, Reconciliation Week, Aboriginal Art For Kids, Australia Crafts, Aussie Animals

The Echidna and the Shade Tree

The boy's had lots of fun making Echidna's with playdough and craft match sticks. Playdough is always a great opportunity to develop fine motor skills. I love giving the boy's different tools to paint with, so painting spikes on an Echidna seemed the perfect opportunity to use cotton buds. Master 4 drew himself an Echidna after reading the story and then used a cotton tip to create spikes. I didn't have any brown paint so we used some of my foundation!! I'm all about using whatever you can…

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