Do your kids love dogs? Mine does, especially my son. When we’re outside he practically goes running after every dog walker. I can understand the passion! I, myself, love little pups…really any animal big or small is a win in my book. But this little puppy craft is extra cute…and fun to put together.
This is also a great craft for any dog-loving kids who don’t have a dog but want one. I mean having a real dog is hard work. It’s practically like having another toddler running around, am I right?
But whether you love dogs or just in general love the build-an-animal crafts, this craft surely will keep your little one happy and busy.
All about the Build-a-Puppy Craft:
This Build-a-Puppy craft features 2 pages:
One page is the puppy without color so he can be colored, cut out and put together.
If your kids aren’t a fan of coloring, there is a pre-colored version consisting of a brownish/tan little puppy.
With either version, simply cut out the pieces and put the little puppy together with a bit of glue/paste. Hang the puppy on the fridge or give it away as a crafty gift. It’s that simple
This is also a great homeschooling craft for preschoolers or kindergarteners. Not only does it give kids practice with scissors but putting the puppy together teaches kids how to work their brains creatively.
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Below is what will be included in your download (see the bottom of the page for actual download instructions):
Need a little guidance? This is what our puppy looks like when he’s all put together. A little cutie, I must say!
Format: This printable comes in a PDF format and prints out on 8.5″x11″ standard size letter paper. Making it easy to print on any printer!
I recommend laminating all of our Build activities. Laminating gives this craft a bit more permanence. Kids can put the craft together over and over again without worrying about having to cut and color each time. I don’t use anything fancy, just a simple and easy laminator. This is the laminator I use and recommend, you literally just turn it on, it heats up, and you’re ready to start laminating anything everything!
Also, if you do choose to laminate, stick little self-adhesive velcro dots on the laminated pieces so your kids can attach and reattach easily. This eliminates the use of any messy glue!
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I’ve split the list up into a basic list and a fancier list if you’re going to put a little more pizazz into your printables.
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