Craft Spotlight: Exercise Animals!

15 October, 2013 0 comments Leave a comment

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Exercise Animals get children up and moving! First decorate the animals with paint, and color in the printed paper with crayons or markers. Assemble the animals in three easy steps. Watch a video below to see how it’s done, then check out our Art Campers taking off in an animal stampede!

Try out various fun activities with the R62030 Exercise Animals. Use our guide and the ideas provided to help get your students’ bodies moving and hearts pumping!

R62030 Exercise Animals are a great way to segue between different educational subjects, such as science, art AND physical education!

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The Exercise Animals feature 10 different animal designs. Choose from a cheetah, horse, lion, kangaroo, bunny, eagle, monkey, elephant, bear and giraffe! Talk about the different types of animals as students paint in the details of their Exercise Animals.

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Our campers loved picking out their favorite animals! Here, one of our campers finds herself a rare one–a purple horse!

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Once students have finished painting their animals, color in the printed paper sheets. The sheets come with two small tubes that can each be pasted onto either end of the sheet as reinforcements. Roll up the sheet with the tubes inside and secure with tape. Finally, join either end of the barber pole with the tab at the bottom of the Exercise Animal head.

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Go on an animal stampede outside your school building!

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Let us know how your students’ animals turned out by sending photos to subscriber@roylco.ca! We’d love to see your classroom artwork!


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