Make a quick & easy L is for Llama Zoo Craft with your little kids! If you’re looking for letter crafts or even planning a preschool zoo theme, then this post is for you!
We’ve had quite the adventure here lately. I’ll share more about that later, though. For now let’s talk about L is for Llama and our llama zoo craft.
Llama begins with the letter L. Llamas can be used as pack animals to help people carry their belongings on trails. Their wool is used to make ropes, rugs, and fabrics.
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If you’ve been around for a while, then you already know that we’re using Mother Goose Time for preschool homeschool and it’s been such a huge blessing to us.
This was definitely a quick and easy letter craft for preschoolers. And of course both the little guy and I had a blast with it.
L is for Llama Zoo Craft
What you’ll need
- Letter L
- Wiggle Eye
- Crayons or Markers
Here’s how to do it
- How might a llama’s wool feel?
- Invite children to use the letter L and make a llama.
- Encourage them to cut ears and legs from the paper then attach to the L.
- Add a wiggle eye then cut yarn into pieces and glue on “wool.”
- Glue the llama onto the paper and decorate as desired.
- Invite children to play “Lost Llamas.”
- Hide llamas around the room, then search for them.
- Did the child hold the scissors and cut the yarn and paper?
- Did he appear to have consistent fine motor control?
We started with a letter L.
A bit of glue and the little guy attached the letter L to his paper.
We used our scraps to cut out a head and legs for the llama and added a wiggle eye.
Each of the four legs were glued to the llama as well.
And every llama needs a nose, ears, and a mouth too.
Of course we can’t forget about our llama’s wool.
We used short pieces of natural yarn and a glue stick.
After that, the little guy created a background.
He added both clouds and grass.
So much detail. Don’t you think? I for sure love it and so does he!
Don’t forget to stop by next week if you’re interested in seeing more of what we’re up to with our A to Zoo Animals theme. And if you missed this year’s preschool homeschool space post, you can check it out here.
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Our favorites from Usborne Books & More:
That’s Not My Zoo Box Set*
Zoo Picture Puzzle Book*
199 Zoo Animals*
At the Zoo – Book & Jigsaw Puzzle *
First Sticker Book Zoo*
Little Stickers Zoo*
Peek Inside the Zoo*
Baby’s Very First Noisy Book Zoo*
Baby’s Very First Slide & See Zoo*
Kangaroo at the Zoo*
More Preschool Zoo Crafts & Activities:
10 Quick & Easy Zoo Craft Ideas for Toddlers & Preschoolers
5 Tray Play Ideas + Why They’re So Important
A is for Alligator Activities
A is for Alligator Zoo Craft
B is for Bird Activities
B is for Bird Craft
C is for Camel Activities
C is for Camel Craft
D is for Dolphin Activities
D is for Dolphin Craft
E is for Elephant Craft
The Process is Almost Always More Important Than The Product
F is for Fox Craft
G is for Gorilla Craft
J is for Jellyfish Craft
L is for Llama Craft
T is for Tiger Activities + Curriculum Design
U is for Urchin Craft
As a Mother Goose Time blog ambassador, I receive the Mother Goose Time Preschool curriculum in exchange for my honest and authentic stories resulting from our personal experiences. As always, my opinions on awesome stuff for little kids are 100% my own. Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids. #mgtblogger
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