Farm Art

by Parent Contributor Vicki Ong

Learning Framework?

  • Physical

  • Intellectual

  • Emotional

  • Social

WHAT CHILDREN WILL LEARN

  • Physical - None

  • Intellectual - People and cultures, natural and built environment, places and spaces, inventions and technology, observing, classifying, asking questions, problem solving, communicating

  • Emotional - Appreciation, sense of wonder and curiosity

  • Social - Be able to relate to others

WHAT CHILDREN WILL LEARN

  • Physical - None

  • Intellectual - People and cultures, natural and built environment, places and spaces, inventions and technology, observing, classifying, asking questions, problem solving, communicating

  • Emotional - Appreciation, sense of wonder and curiosity

  • Social - Be able to relate to others

SKILL LEVEL:

Intermediate

SUITABLE FOR:

4-5 years old

ESTIMATED TIME:

15 - 30 mins

ENVIRONMENT:

Indoors

What You Will Need

  • Assorted Colours Paper

  • Newspaper

  • Marker Pen

  • Glue

  • Wooden Pegs

  • Cotton Wool

  • Scissors

With some ingenuity, city children can also have their personal barn. Create a little farm to learn about how animals contribute to our lives.

Step 1

Gather the materials.

step 2

Draw the body of a sheep on a piece of paper. Cut it out.

step 3

Apply glue on it. Use a sheet of newspaper to keep your workspace neat.

step 4

Pat a cotton pad all over the glued surface to fluff up the wool.

step 5

Draw and cut out the head, eyes and ears of the sheep.

step 6

Glue the facial features together.

step 7

Apply glue to the back of the head and paste it onto the body.

step 8

Paint the non-clipping end of the wooden pegs black. Clip them onto the sheep to form its legs.

step 9

Make a few more animals and create your very own barn!

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