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Sheep Crafts and Activities for Kids

How to Make Crafts and Activities Relating to Sheep

 

"Where's the Lost Sheep?" Match Box Bible Craft

Lost Sheep Bible Craft - "Where's the Lost Sheep?" Match box Craft from www.daniellesplace.com

 

Young children will love this Peek-a-boo craft. They open and close the box to reveal the lost sheep that is made from a cotton ball and pipe cleaners. Printable patterns are available in both color and black and white. The Bible memory verse from the Sunday School lesson is displayed on one side of the box. This craft is available on the sample lesson "The Lost Sheep".

 

Doily Sheep Craft

Sheep Craft - Doily Sheep Craft from www.daniellesplace.com

 

Sheep made from paper doilies. These printable patterns come in three different sizes for 4", 8", and 10" doilies. Use them as a craft for kids or for bulletin board displays.

The patterns for this craft are available to members on The Resource Room.

Výtvarné náměty a postupy pro děti made this craft.Sheep Doily Craft

 

Sheep Learning Activities

Sheep Writing Activity Sheet from www.daniellesplace.com Sheep Word List Printout from www.daniellesplace.com

 

Sheep Writing Activity Sheet (Available to Members)

Have your children use this sheet to write facts about sheep, make a list of books they have read about sheep, or write a descriptive sentence about sheep.

Sheep Word List Printout - (Available to Members)

 

Number 1 - 10 Bulletin Board Display Printouts

Counting Sheep Bulletin Board Printables from www.daniellesplace.com

 

Counting Sheep Numbers One - Ten Bulletin Board Display Printouts

Russell the Sheep Book for children

The patterns for the sheep are available to members on The Resource Room.

Read Russell the Sheep by Rob Scotton - The comic illustrations of Russell the Sheep and other animals along with the humorous story line will compel your children to read this book over and over. Russell the Sheep can't sleep so he tries everything he can think of to help him sleep from using a frog pillow to looking for a better place, but he has no luck until he has the brilliant idea to count things.

Check out Rob Scotton's web site for pictures from this book and others.

 

 

Sheep Bulletin Board Border

Printable Sheep Bulletin Board Boarder from www.daniellesplace.com

 

The pattern for the sheep are available to members only.

 

Sheep Book Learning Activity

Lost Sheep Writing Activity from www.daniellesplace.com

1. Write the text for a picture book

Read "Where is the Green Sheep?" book and then have your children make up their own stories using the same technique as Mem Fox.

The Printable Pages for this activity are members on The Resource Room.

2. Make a "Where is the _____ Sheep" Book as a Class

As a class decide what the title of your book should be finishing the sentence "Where is the ______ sheep?" Then have each student write and illustrate two pages of the book using the same format as "Where is the Green Sheep". Pick one child to illustrate the last two pages so that they match the title. Staple all the pages together to make a complete book and read it to your class.

To find out more about this author and how she wrote the book go to her web site at http://www.memfox.net/welcome.html.

 

Craft Foam and Yarn Sheep Craft for Kids

Craft Foam and Yarn Sheep Craft for Kids from www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:

Black Craft Foam

White Light & Lofty Yarn or Off-white Light & Lofty Yarn

Scissors

Low Temp Mini Glue Gun

 

How to Make the Pom Pom Yarn Sheep:

1. Cut out a sheep shape from black craft foam as shown in the picture. The sheep pictured is about 2" wide by 2" high. (A pattern for this craft is available to members on the Last Sheep Sunday School Lesson.)

2. Cut about 3 yards of yarn and warp it around the sheep's legs, body, neck, and head. Stuff the end of the yarn under the layers of wound yarn.

3. To finish glue on small googly eye or use a small drop of white paint for the eye.

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Pom Pom Sheep Craft for Kids

Pom Pom Sheep Craft from www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:

Black Craft Foam

White Light & Lofty Yarn or Off-white Light & Lofty Yarn

Woodsies Mini Jumbo Craft Sticks -4.5"

Wiggle Eyes

Black Acrylic Paint or Paint Marker

Low Temp Mini Glue Gun

Scissors

Pompom Maker - (Optinal)

You can buy plastic pom pom makers in several different designs.

The Clover Small Pom Pom Maker allows you to wind one half of the donut shape at a time so you don't have to poke the yarn through hole, but it does take some manuvering. You can see a video on YouTube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2Ma-hgQIDU.

The Susan Bates Easy Wrap Pom Pon Maker is a little easier to use because the two sides of the pom pom are wrapped separately. Wrapping only one half of the circle saves a lot of time because you don't have to poke the yarn through the hole in the center of the donut shape. You can see a demonstration using this pom pom maker on YouTube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HaSqTUgFHi4.

SUSAN BATES has another pompom maker that is just plastic circles with a ridge in the middle. They are used the same way as the directions above.

 

How to Make the Pom Pom Yarn Sheep:

How to make pom poms

How to Make Your Own Pom Poms Without a Pom Pom Maker:

1. Print out the pattern and use the donut shapes as template to cut circles from card board. or draw two three-inch circles onto crad board. (Card board from cereal boxes work well.) Then draws1 1/2" circles inside the two circles.

2. Cut out the inside circles to make donut shapes.

3. Place the two donut shapes together and wind long pieces of yarn through the holes in the donut shapes and around the outside until you have fill up the hole with yarn. To keep the yarn ends secure just wind the yarn around the ends until the ends are covered by the yarn. Add new lengths of yarn the same way.

4. When you have the hole filled up with yarn cut around the outside edge of the donut shape with sharp scissors all the way down to the card board.

5. Separate the two donut shapes and insert a piece of yarn between the shapes. Tie the yarn pulling it as tight as you can.

6. Cut the card board shapes and pull them away from the pom pom. Trim any pieces of yarn that are sticking out too far.  Trim the ball to be a little pointy at one end. This is the bees tail where his stinger is located.

7. To save time you can cut the donut shapes so that they aren't complete circles. In this way you will just slip the yarn through the cut slit instead of inserting the yarn through the hole. See this YouTube video for a demonstration of this technique.

8. Paint two mini jumbo craft sticks black, glue them together in an "X" shape. Glue the pom pom to the craft sticks.

9. Use the head pattern as a template to cut a head shape from craft foam. Bend back the two tabs at the top of the head and glue them so they are over lapping. Glue the head to the body pom pom. To finish glue on google eyes.

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Yarn and Craft Stick Sheep

Craft Stick and Yarn Sheep Craft for Kids from www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:

Woodsies Jumbo Craft Sticks

White Light & Lofty Yarn

Black Craft Foam

Black Acrylic Paint or Paint Marker

Low Temp Mini Glue Gun

Scissors

 

 

How to Make the Yarn and Craft Stick Sheep:

1. Print out the Sheep Craft Stick Template Pattern.

2. Cut the craft sticks to match the template and glue them together using the diagram on the pattern.

3. Paint the legs and head black. When the paint is dry wind yarn around the craft sticks until you have sheep shape.

4. Cut ear shapes from the black craft foam and glue them to the head.

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Foam Marshmallow Sheep Crafts for Kids

Marshmallow Sheep Craft for Children - This is a great craft to sell at craft fairs! from www.daniellesplace.com

Great craft to sell at craft fairs!

What you will need:

Five Foam Marshmallows

Glue

Fun foam or felt

Black paint

Magic markers

Cotton balls

Sharp Knife

 

How to Make the Marshmallow Sheep:

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1. Glue two foam marshmallows together (flat sides together) for the body. Glue another marshmallow on one end for the head as shown in the diagram.

2. To make the legs cut one marshmallow in half lengthwise and then cut both half pieces in half again the same way.

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3. Cut a wedge-shaped piece off of the end of each piece so they fit on the body as shown in the diagram. Glue them to the body as shown with the rounded sides out.

4. To make the sheep's hooves cut another marshmallow in half long ways and then cut one of the halves in half again long ways. Cut the two quarters in half crosswise to make four hooves. Glue them to the legs as shown in the diagram. Paint the hooves black.

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5. Cut ears from fun foam or felt and glue them to the back of the head as shown in the picture. Draw on the eyes, nose, and mouth with a permanent marker.

6. Smear tacky glue all over the sheep's body where you want cotton. Pull small pieces of cotton from cotton balls and stick them to the sheep.

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Popcorn Sheep Picture

Popcorn Sheep Activity Sheet from www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:

Card stock (heavy paper)

White Glue

Popped Popcorn

Crayons or Colored Pencils

 

How to Make the Popcorn Sheep Picture:

1. Print out a sheep picture with clouds or draw a picture. (A pattern for this craft is available on the free sample lesson "The Lost Sheep".)

2. Pop the popcorn and cruch it up a little.

3. Color the picture and then spread glue on the sheep and clouds so they can stick the popcorn to the glue.

 

 

Sleeping Macaroni Sheep Craft for Kids

These would make a great craft to sell at craft fairs!

Sleeping Sheep Craft made with foam marshmallows and macaroni noodles from www.daniellesplace.com - Great to sell at craft fairs!

What you will need:

Five Foam Marshmallows

Glue

Craft Foam or Felt

Magic markers

Small Macaroni Noodles

Black and White Acrylic Paint

Sharp Knife

 

How to make:

1. Glue two foam marshmallows together (flat sides together) for the body.

2. To make the legs cut one marshmallow in half lengthwise and then cut both half pieces in half again the same way.

Cut a wedge-shaped piece off of the end of each back leg so they fit on the body as shown in the diagram.

Glue the legs to the body as shown with the rounded sides out as shown in the picture.

leg diagram

3. To make the sheep's hooves cut another marshmallow in half long ways and then cut one of the halves in half again long ways. Cut the two quarters in half crosswise to make four hooves. Glue them to the legs as shown in the diagram. Paint the hooves black.

4. To make the head cut a slit down the middle of a marshmallow on the flat side about 1 cm deep. Make another slit from the round side meeting the cut in the center as shown in the picture to the right. Glue the head onto the body as shown in the diagram.

5. Cut ears from fun foam or felt and glue them to the back of the head as shown in the picture. Draw on the eyes, nose, and mouth with a permanent marker.

6. Smear tacky glue all over the sheep's body where you want fur. Place the noodles on the body as shown. When the glue is dry paint the noodles white. (Instead of painting the noodles while they are on the body. You can spray paint the noodle white and then glue them on the body. Just spread out the noodles on a piece of newspaper. Spray paint them from every angle and then when they are dry, turn them over, and spray them again.)

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I shall Not Want Psalm 23:1 "I Shall Not Want" Sheep Picture

The Lord is My Shepherd Sheep Activity Sheet from www.daniellesplace.com

This craft goes along with the series of lessons on the Twenty-Third Psalm on The Resource Room

What you will need:

White paper and different colors of paper for the frame (optional)

Crayons or Colored Pencils

Glue

Silk Flowers. (You can find silk flowers at your local thrift store. Be sure to remove all the plastic parts leaving on the silk part. Wal-Mart also sells flower parts and pieces that have fallen off of their silk flowers in bags for a discounted price. Look were they sell remnants of fabric.

 

How to make:

1. Before class print out the sheep pattern and make copies. (Pattern available to members only.) If you would like to use another color for the frame, use one picture to make a frame pattern. Cut the sheep picture out of the middle and use the left over to trace the frame onto colored sheets of paper. If you don't want to do this, you can just have the children color the frame before they start gluing on flowers.

2. Glue the frame over the sheep picture.

3. In class have you children color the sheep picture and then glue the silk flowers on.

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Sheep Paper Bag Puppet Craft for Kids

This craft goes along with the series of lessons on the Twenty-Third Psalm on The Resource Room

Sheep paper bag Puppet Bible Craft

What you will need:

White Lunch Bags

Fiberfill or Cotton balls

Ribbon for bows

Glue

Card Stock (Heavy paper)

 

How to Make the Puppet:

1. Print out the sheep head pattern and the feet patterns or draw your own. (Patterns for this craft is available to members only.) There are six feet per sheet so you won't need to print out as many feet patterns.

2. If you have young children cut out the patterns before class. To make cutting faster staple several sheets together so that they match up and cut them out all together. When cutting out the feet don't worry about cutting around each bump and indent, just cut them straight.

3. Fold in the two corners of the bottom of the bag that will be the bottom of the sheep's head and glue them down.

4. In class have the children glue the head on the bottom of the bag and the feet on the inside fold of the bag. Also have them glue on some fiberfill or cotton ball and a bow on the head.

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"The Lord is My Shepherd" Display

Sheep in Green Valley Box Craft for Sunday School from www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need: Card stock (Heavy paper), highlighter markers (I like these because they are very easy to color with and no matter where they color you can still see the picture), glue, one inch white pompom balls, green felt, and brown or white pipe cleaners

How to make:

1. Make a box out of heavy card stock or use the pattern (Available to members only). You could also use a small box used to hole jewelry and glue a piece of card stock to the side of the box. Draw a picture with trees, flowers, butterflies, and the sun on the backdrop.

2. Cut a green piece of felt to fit in the bottom of the box for grass and glue it down.

3. To make the sheep cut pipe cleaners into one inch pieces and fold them in half. Glue them onto the pompom with the pointy ends of the pipe cleaners sticking into the body. Draw a sheep head on a piece of paper, cut it out, and glue it to the pompom. (A pattern for the sheep head is available to members.)

This craft comes from the 23rd Psalm lesson on The Resource Room.

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The Lost Sheep Craft for Kids

Macaroni Sheep Craft for Kids from www.daniellesplace.com

Free Bible Lesson from The Resource Room - Your children will love this lesson. They get to help a shepherd (a person dressed as a shepherd) find his lost sheep. The shepherd interrupts the lessons as he comes into the rooms calling for his lost sheep, Woolie. He asks the children to help him find him. When they find the sheep. The shepherd sits down and tells the story of the lost sheep from the Bible.

Included in this lesson is a noodle sheep picture craft. Children will have fun playing a concentration card game to find the lost sheep. They can also play a game in which they try to gather their "balloon" sheep together like a real shepherd.

This lesson also comes with a bulletin board display.

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The Good Shepherd Sunday School Lesson

Shaking Head Sheep Craft from www.daniellesplace.com

Children use a paper cupt and a fan-folded strip of card stock to make the Shaking Head Sheep Craft.

 

In this lesson children learn that God is like a goodshepherd: He knows us, leads us, protects us, and keeps us from harm. Children play a simple board game in which they are sheep and experience many of the things sheep may experience. They learn how helpless they are without a shepherd.

 

 

 

printable sheep game

No-sew Sheep Puppet

This puppet is not a craft for young children to make, but they will love playing with it. It is really cheap and easy to make. All you need is a white sock, felt for the ears and tongue, googly eyes, and a hot melt glue gun.

Go to the Materials Craft Page for directions.

 

 

Sheep Crafts on other Pages

Craft stick Yarn Sheep from www.daniellesplace.com Good Shepherd Sheep Craft from www.daniellesplace.com Sheep Craft - Sheep Egg Carton Craft for Children from www.daniellesplace.com

Craft Stick Yarn Sheep

Cotton Ball Sheep

Egg Carton Sheep Craft

Bible Craft - Paper Plate Sheep Craft for Sunday School from www.daniellesplace.com crafts stick barn with clothespin sheep and goat activity sheet www.daniellesplace.com Peek-a-Boo Sheep Cup Craft for Children from www.daniellesplace.com

Sheep Paper Plate Craft

Sheep or Goat with Craft Stick Barn

Peek-a-Boo Sheep Cup Craft for Children

 

You can find even more sheep craft ideas on our Sheep and Shepherd Crafts Pinterest Page