Funny Animal Faces Ring Toss

Funny Animal Faces Ring Toss craft

Hear the roar of approval from kids, and play this game along with them! Tossing rings at the funny faces builds coordination skills - so everybody wins in this game!

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    Animals that have horns, tusks, ears, or beaks work best. Make these parts by cutting construction paper triangles and shaping each piece into a cone. The larger the triangle, the larger the cone will be.

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    Glue each cone together with Crayola® School Glue. Dry.

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    Decide where to place cones on the back of a paper plate, turned upside down on a work surface covered with newspaper. For a rhino or bird, one cone in the center works well as a horn or beak. Use two cones to make elephant tusks, buffalo horns, or lion ears. Glue cones to the plate.

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    Use Crayola Crayons and Crayola Markers to create the rest of each animal's face. Glue yarn or ribbon to the edges of the plates for fur or feathers.

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    Number each plate with points (such as 5, 15, 25, 50) to help you keep score.To make the rings to toss:1. Use a Crayola Marker to make circles a little bigger than the size of your hand on cardboard or file folders. Draw another circle inside, slightly smaller than the larger circle. Cut the inside and outside lines of your double circle.2. Decorate the rings with crayons or markers.To play:Arrange your funny animal faces on the floor. Toss the rings. Each time your ring lands on a cone, write down the number on the plate to keep score.