Fun Canadian Beaver Craft

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Did you know Beavers are the national emblem of Canada?

Last week in the Discoverer’s class, they learned about Canada. This super cute and easy craft was a part of their education that week. It was such a big hit with the Discoverer’s class, that we decided to share it with everyone here.

All you need is:

  • Brown Bag
  • White Paper
  • Sharpie
  • Glue or Tape
  • Brown Paper
  • Print out of Canadian Flag (Optional)
  • Crayons or Markers (Optional)

Step 1: Cut out all the pieces needed

Start by cutting out the arms, eyes, ears, teeth and tail. Parents: You can cut everything out beforehand or assist your child with cutting the parts out if they are old enough. Please reference the photo provided for shapes and sizes of each piece needed.

Step 2: Use a Sharpie to draw on the eyes, teeth, nose and tail design

You can let each child get creative with this part. They can draw the eyes whichever directions they want, create their own design for the tail and even add designs to the rest of the paper bag with crayons or markers. We recommend a triangle nose for this craft, but it’s really up to the artist!

Step 3: Have each child use tape or glue to apply all the finished pieces to the paper bag

After everything is attached to the paper bag, add the Canadian flag.

Bonus Step!

If you are not applying the Canadian Flag to the craft, have your child create their own banner. They can add their name, their favorite colors and more!


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