This brown paper bag tiger craft is a classic kid’s craft that’s fun for all ages!
We’ve made tons of paper bag crafts for kids, because they’re inexpensive, fun and kids love them! On top of that, after they’re made children can use them for imaginative play too.
If your child or students has a love for wild animals, this craft is perfect. Download the free printable template and do this simple project.
Watch our quick video tutorial to see how to make it or read or step by step directions.
Tiger Craft For Kids
- Brown paper bag
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Glue stick
- Hole punch or white-out pen (optional)
- Black marker (optional)
- Tiger craft template (download form located at the end of this post)
Related: Handprint Tiger Craft
Download the tiger template, print, and cut out the pieces.
Glue the tiger’s head piece to the top of the brown paper bag flap. Glue the tiger’s body piece to the bottom of the bag.
Take the white tiger’s muzzle and glue it in between the tiger’s eyes. Optional: Use the hole punch to cut out two circles from the white paper. Glue these to the tiger’s eyes. You can also use a white out pen to draw in the whites or leave them off altogether.
Place the tiger’s ears and glue them to the top corners of the tiger’s face. Glue the pink inner ears to the middle of the outer ears.
Glue the smaller tiger stripes all around the top and both sides of the tiger’s head. Use scissors to trim off any of the excess paper that falls off the sides.
If you’re making this craft with young children and want to make it easier, just use a black marker for the kids to draw the stripes in.
Glue the white tiger’s belly to the center of the bottom part of the paper bag. Glue the tiger’s body stripes on both sides of the tiger. Use scissors to trim off any of the excess paper that falls off the sides.
Don’t you love how cute and simple this craft turned out?!
This paper bag craft is a perfect fit for wild animal themes, zoo animal themes or for T is for tiger crafts!
Animal Project Ideas
Let’s keep the good times rolling with these animal project ideas! Not only are they fun for kids, but they’ll also help them learn more about the world of animals.
Keep reading to find some creative activities that are perfect for both classroom and home learning!
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Wild Animal Crafts For Kids
Making crafts with your kids offers a whole world of benefits beyond simply passing the time. Crafting teaches children important life skills such as problem-solving, communication, and teamwork – all while having fun and making something special together!
Next time you’re looking for a new activity to try with your kiddos, consider grabbing some supplies and getting crafty!
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Zoo Animal Activities For Kids
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This activity encourages cognitive development, requiring concentration and attention to detail – perfect for young learners!
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These fun pages will help preschoolers gain vital skills in letter recognition, counting, memory, and more!
Download and print our zoo color by numbers activity for another fun, educational way to engage kids. Children love getting arty with colors, and these color-by-number pages are the perfect way to combine learning and creativity! Your kids will have so much fun coloring each numbered section to reveal the animal.
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Let their imaginations go wild as they color in each page and bring these cool jungle animals to life. They can even spell out the names of each animal as they go!
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More Fun Ideas For Kids
- Brown paper bag
- Colored paper (in pink, orange, black and white)
- Glue stick
- Hole punch or white out pen (optional)
- Black marker (optional)
- Tiger craft template
- Download the tiger template, print and cut out the pieces.
- Glue the tiger's head piece to the top of the brown paper bag flap. Glue the tiger's body piece to the bottom of the bag.
- Take the white tiger's muzzle and glue it in between the tiger's eyes. Optional: Use the hole punch to cut out two circles from the white paper. Glue these to the tiger's eyes. You can also use a white out pen to draw in the whites or leave them off altogether.
- Place the tiger's ears and glue them to the top corners of the tiger's face. Glue the pink inner ears to the middle of the outer ears.
- Glue the smaller tiger stripes all around the top and both sides of the tiger's head. Use scissors to trim off any of the excess paper that falls off the sides.
- If you're making this craft with young children and want to make it easier, just use a black marker for the kids to draw the stripes in.
- Glue the white tiger's belly to the center of the bottom part of the paper bag. Glue the tiger's body stripes on both sides of the tiger. Use scissors to trim off any of the excess paper that falls off the sides.