This build-a-deer craft for kids is an excellent way to teach the letter D to your preschooler!
The cut and paste deer craft is a simple woodland art project for kids is simple to make and will give your toddler an easy activity to enjoy all year round.
Whether you opt to use this deer craft template as part of your letter recognition activities, Zoo Animals, and Woodland Animals projects or something fun to do with your preschoolers during School, I’m confident that every child will have a fun time creating their cute deer crafts printable.
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Free Printable Cut and Paste Deer Craft for Kids
Ideas for Deer Arts and Crafts Printable
Below you’ll see a few creative ways you can incorporate this build-a-deer activity into your arts and crafts plans this year as part of your deer head, antler, and origami crafts for kids.
1. Glue on Popsicle Stick for Puppet Show
Gather up your craft supplies and this deer crafts template to create a woodland animals play. You’ll use a popsicle stick for your preschoolers to hold their deer construction paper cut out. Allow your kids to use the printable pattern to build-a-deer and other woodland animals as they create an amazing play time that they can put on for the whole family to enjoy.
2. Glue on Toilet Paper Roll of Decoration
Using toilet paper rolls and paper plates for arts and crafts with toddlers is an excellent way to save cash on craft supplies. Using a simple paper bag or toilet paper roll can add an extra layer of fun to this deer antler winter art cut out. Have your preschoolers use the printable to cut out and put together their deer papercraft templates. As soon as your kids have built their deer, glue the completed deer art to a toilet paper roll for display or a gift to a deer friend. Pun intended…
3. Learn the Letter D
The best way to help toddlers learn and retain the information is through hands-on activities, such as Zoo Phonics. You can use this build-a-deer craft for kids to teach your preschoolers about the letter D. Using the free deer cut out and a marker, you can draw a capital D and lower case d on each deer head so that your toddler can practice tracing the letters and saying the letter as they start to learn the letter D.
4. Glue to Paper Plate
Another clever way to use this winter art printable deer crafts cut out with toddlers is to glue the completed origami deer to a paper plate. Download and print the template below, cut out the deer, and have your toddlers color their deer head. Once complete, your kids can glue the build-a-deer craft to a paper plate to hang on a wall in your home.
Deer Craft Supplies Needed:
- White Cardstock Paper
- Colored Pencils, Markers or Crayons
- Printable Deer Template (FOUND AT THE BOTTOM)
Keep scrolling to get your very own deer craft template today and start exploring the forest with your little ones and their paper deer buddies!
If you are looking for something your littler kiddos can do while you make this craft with the older ones, be sure to check out our woodland animal coloring pages!
Deer Craft Instructions:
After you have printed off your woodland deer template, go ahead and cut out all of your shapes. If you are using the black and white deer template, be sure to color it first and then cut it out.
Then, glue on both of your woodland deer craft’s eyes.
Set the deer’s head aside to dry. Next, you will glue on his belly to his body.
After that, you will glue on his front legs.
Next, glue on his legs. These will be glued to the back of your forest deer’s body.
Finally, glue on his head and he is all complete! How cute is this woodland deer craft friend?!
Options to Choose:
- Print the color version for a simple and easy fall, summer or even spring craft or,
- Print the blank version and use it as a fun woodland animal coloring sheet activity and then glue the pieces together.
Free Printable Deer Template:
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