Have you ever gotten to see a moose up close? Down here in the South, we don’t have them. It’s just too hot. (Shucks, it’s too hot for me sometimes, so I don’t blame them.)
But they are lovely, regal animals, especially when they’re adults and they have a full set of antlers. Although the small ones with the fuzzy antlers are cute too. 🙂
Since we’ve been busy making coffee filter crafts for kids over the past couple of months, I thought a coffee filter moose craft would be a neat addition! Read on to see how we made this sweet sleepy moose!
If you love making this project, be sure to try some of our other coffee filter crafts! Plant a few coffee filter flowers, bounce a coffee filter basketball, or adopt a pet coffee filter cat!
Coffee Filter Crafts for Kids: Coffee Filter Moose Craft
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Start by flattening out the coffee filter with your hands. Sometimes it’s good to rest a book on it overnight to get it to lie a little flatter.
Color the entire filter brown with a brown crayon. Then glue it to a piece of construction paper. Try to place the filter in the center but toward the bottom. You need to leave room for the antlers on either side.
Use a black colored pencil to draw two closed eyes toward the top of the filter.
Now add a moose’s snout.
And a teeny smiling mouth. I know I’m happy when I take a nap!
On either side of the moose’s head, freehand draw a few antlers. If the kids are adding the antlers themselves, you can let them draw big letter “Y” shapes or use a fork to add antlers with brown paint.
Color in the antlers and you’re done!
Have a good nap, moosie!
Try some of these other easy crafts while you’re at it!
Plus, get more craft ideas on my Simple Crafts for Kids Pinterest board!
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