Folded paper plates owls – a quick, easy and adorable fall craft for kids.
Owls are often viewed as fall animals because they get louder at this time of year if they set up their territories and nests before winter comes.
Although the temperatures here are still quite summery this year, autumn is already in full swing, so last week the kids and I decided to make a fun and easy owl craft.
You might also like our paper plate owls with scraps of fabric and our cupcake liner owls.
We love how cute and compact our little owls are, and we think they would look great at home or in the classroom. You can turn a couple of these owls into a mobile by hanging them from a small branch, or you can pin them to a cut-out paper tree on a wall or bulletin board.
Head over to CBC Parents for the instructions for our owls and how the hooligans make them.
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Jackie is the mother, wife, daycare and the creative spirit behind Happy Hooligans. She specializes in children’s crafts and activities, simple recipes, and education. She started blogging in 2011 and today Happy Hooligans inspires more than 2 million parents, caregivers and young professionals around the world.