Inspire kids to get creative with this fun animal fashion show, plus more zoo themed learning fun for kids.
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I love trying out new and exciting crafting materials, but when it comes to raising creative kids, there’s something to be said for limiting craft materials, at least some of the time! We packed up at least half of our belongings when we put our house on the market, including most of my craft supplies. I really missed all those crafty materials, but having nothing but tape, paper, scissors, and pens really brought out the creativity in my kids! This animal fashion show just made me laugh!
These little animals are tiny – the giraffe and zebra came from our beloved Safari Ltd Zoo Babies Toob. I think the rhinoceros and deer may have been mine as a kid. Given the small scale, I was particularly impressed by the zebra’s headband.
Besides the fun factor, this activity is a great way for kids to practice fine motor skills and to work on recognizing and naming colors.
More fun Zoo Themed Learning Activities for Kids
An animal fashion show is exactly the sort of mischief I would expect from the animals in Good Night Gorilla. This delightful board book features a group of animals who escape their zoo cages at night – all thanks to the gorilla. It’s bound to make you and your child giggle, and it’s this week’s Virtual Book Club for Kids pick.
Here are some more fun zoo themed learning activities for kids:
- Feed the Lion Number Game
- Zoo Animal One to One Correspondance Game
- Zoo Animal Science and Tic Tac Toe
- 5 Zoo Yoga Poses for Kids
- Zoo Name Puzzles
- Edible Zoo Small World
- Zoo Animal Counting Activity for Preschoolers
What fun things have your kids made recently? What role does creativity play in your home? Have you ever held an animal fashion show? Do you have any favorite zoo themed learning activities I should add to my list? Please share in the comments below, or on my Facebook page. You can also tag me on Instagram.