by Vicki Ong
With some ingenuity, city children can also have their personal barn. Create a little farm to learn about how animals contribute to our lives.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Suitable For: 4 - 5 years old
Estimated Time: 15 - 30 mins
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
Draw the body of a sheep on a piece of paper. Cut it out.
Pat a cotton pad all over the glued surface to fluff up the wool.
Glue the facial features together.
Paint the non-clipping end of the wooden pegs black. Clip them onto the sheep to form its legs.
Assorted Colours Paper
Apply glue on it. Use a sheet of newspaper to keep your workspace neat.
Draw and cut out the head, eyes and ears of the sheep.
Apply glue to the back of the head and paste it onto the body.
Make a few more animals and create your very own barn!