I love doing multi-sensory projects with my kiddos. Both children especially love exploring their sense of touch. For a recent winter craft, my daughter and I made an adorable sensory snow globe penguin.
- Paper plates
- Black paint
- Black and orange construction paper
- Pink pipe cleaner
- Plastic bag
- Corn syrup
- Small beads
- Wiggle eyes
- Electrical tape
- Paint brush
- Paint the front of one paper plate with the black paint.
- Allow the paint to dry thoroughly.
- Cut a circle from a second paper plate.
- Pour some corn syrup, glitter, and small beads into the plastic bag.
- Seal the plastic bag.
- Tape the plastic bag around the paper plate circle.
- Glue the circle to the center of the black paper plate.
- Cut one large circle and two long ovals from the black paper.
- Cut one square and two feet from the orange paper.
- Fold the orange square in half.
- Glue two wiggle eyes and the folded square to the black circle to create a face.
- Glue the head on the top of the black paper plate.
- Glue the black ovals to the sides of the black paper plate.
- Glue the orange feet to the bottom back of the back paper plate.
- Tie the pink pipe cleaner into a bow.
- Glue the bow to the top side of the head of the penguin.
- Play with and display the sensory snow globe penguin craft.
Sensory Snow Globe Penguin Craft © 2015 Heather Johnson
Painting the Paper Plate Black © 2015 Heather Johnson
Glitter, Corn Syrup, and Plastic Bag © 2015 Heather Johnson
Glitter, Corn Syrup, and Beads in Plastic Bag © 2015 Heather Johnson
Taping the Glitter Bag to a Paper Plate Circle © 2015 Heather Johnson
Gluing the Glitter Bag Circle to the Black Plate © 2015 Heather Johnson
Glitter Bag Glued to the Black Plate © 2015 Heather Johnson
Penguin Head, Wings, Beak, and Feet © 2015 Heather Johnson
Assembling the Penguin Pieces © 2015 Heather Johnson
Finished Sensory Snow Globe Penguin Craft © 2015 Heather Johnson