This summer orca craft for kids is a fabulous way to keep your little ones entertained and engaged with crafting fun over the summer break.
You can use this free printable arctic whale craft anytime you want, simply download the template and print it whenever you’re ready to use it.
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Easy DiY Killer Whale Orca Craft for Kids
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Ideas for Free Printable Killer Whale Orca Craft
This project can be incorporated into your homeschool curriculum, preschool classroom activities, or for use at home to keep preschoolers busy. Below are just some of my creative ideas to use this easy toddler craft in your daily life.
1. Summer Art Project
You can use this orca craft for kids as part of your summer art project plans. Combine with my arctic whale craft with my other arctic animal crafts to enjoy some easy preschool projects this summer.
Finding new arts and crafts that are free to download will help inspire your preschoolers’ creativity.
2. Letter Recognition
Use this O is for orca free printable craft to help with letter recognition. I’ve found little kids learn best and retain knowledge longer when they’re able to use hands-on activities.
Instead of using flashcards for alphabet education, you can use my arctic animal crafts for letter recognition projects.
3. Family Fun
Let’s not forget about using my summer orca craft for kids as part of your family fun during summer break.
You can use this easy toddler paper marine animal craft as part of your family bonding time. Engaging in arts and crafts with preschoolers will strengthen the bond you have with your children.
4. Birthday Party Décor
Don’t forget about summer birthday parties! You can use my arctic animal crafts such as this arctic whale to decorate your child’s animal themed birthday party.
Another option is to use this as a paper craft activity to keep the birthday party guests entertained at your arctic animals themed party.
5. Whale Watching Fun
Many families plan whale watching during summer break, whether you’re planning a trip or not, you can use this fun arctic whale craft as a way to encourage your kids to get excited about your whale watching trip. Even if you’re not planning a trip, you can watch whales on YouTube while your preschoolers complete this fun orca craft for kids.
Keep scrolling to get your very own killer whale craft today and start exploring the arctic with your little ones and their paper orca buddies!
Killer Whale Orca Craft Supplies Needed:
- Colored Cardstock or Construction Paper
- White Cardstock Paper
- Colored Pencils, Markers or Crayons
- Printable Orca Template (FOUND AT THE BOTTOM)
Whatever you choose to use this summer orca craft for, I’m confident your preschoolers will have hours of fun making their own arctic whale.
It’s so much fun to get crafty with kids and watch as your preschoolers master the skills of cutting paper, painting, and coloring art projects.
Use this arctic whale project to help your preschoolers strengthen their fine motor skills and engage with their friends and siblings in fun art projects all year round.
Orca Craft Instructions:
After you’ve printed your orca template on your favorite color cardstock paper or use the colors as instructed on the template, go ahead and cut out the body parts.
Another fun way to enjoy this arctic animal craft friend is to print the orca template on white paper and color him first. Then cut and glue him together.
Next, simply glue all the pieces together. This ocean craft is so easy and perfect for kids of any age. My toddler and 6-year-old alike loved making him.
Free Printable Orca Template:
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