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Crow Craft For Kids [FREE Template]

Crows are the perfect Halloween birds! Who knows why they came to be associated with spooky things.

We actually love watching them and their behavior!

Whether you want a non-spooky Halloween craft or you’re simply teaching the kids about birds, this paper crow craft is perfect.

It’s the newest addition to our Halloween crafts for kids and we think it’s perfect for fall.

Download our free printable template and make it with your little ones at home or at school!

Easy Crow Craft

crow craft images with the words halloween crow craft in the middle

Supplies

Related: Handprint Zombie Craft

Directions

Download the crow template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.

hands holding crow craft template

Begin by gluing the wing to the body of the crow.

hands gluing wing to paper crow craft

Next glue the beak to the top of the crow’s head.

hands gluing beak to paper crow craft

Glue the printable eye or a googly eye on the crow’s head, just behind the beak area.

hands gluing eyes to paper crow craft

Finally, make the crow’s legs. We made each of the crows legs differently. To make the legs look like the one in the video, place two yellow rectangles in an off-centered “x”. Glue them together then cut off the excess paper on the right side of the “x”.

Repeat these steps for both legs.

Glue the completed legs behind the crow’s body, on the circular part, just below the wing.

hands gluing feet to paper crow craft

Halloween Unit Study

Want to make a whole week dedicated to learning and exploring with a Halloween theme? Halloween is a great time to have some fun with your kids and help them practice things like fine motor skills, shapes, letter recognition, creativity, and more!

We’ve put together a list of some great Halloween crafts and activities that are sure to get your little ones excited while also giving their brains a workout. Read on below to get your planning done in an instant.

Halloween Children’s Books

Halloween is such a fun holiday! When kids are little, it’s a great idea to start a Halloween unit study by reading some fun Halloween children’s books. It’s always so much fun to see their little faces light up as they read about ghosts, witches, and goblins. And of course, they love the costumes and candy too!

But there were also some great benefits to starting a unit study with books. First of all, it helps everyone get in the Halloween spirit and got excited about learning.

Secondly, it allows a space for great family time as you read and discussed the stories together. Lastly, it helps prepare kids for the upcoming Halloween activities by teaching them about the holiday and its traditions.

If you’re looking for a fun way to start your family’s Halloween celebrations, why not try reading some Halloween children’s books together?

two black paper crow crafts

Halloween Craft Ideas

Of course, you realize, we love crafting! It’s not only fun and creative but it also helps kids learn to follow directions and work on scissors and fine motor skills.

Here are a few of our favorite Halloween crafts:

Zombie Paper Plate Craft – Zombies are all the rage these days, especially around Halloween time! If you’ve got a little one who loves all things spooky, then this zombie craft is the perfect activity. Not only is it fun to make, but it’s also great for fine motor practice.

Spookley The Square Pumpkin Craft – One of our favorite Halloween crafts is this Spookley the Square pumpkin craft. It’s a great way to teach kids about inclusion while also getting them into the Halloween spirit! Plus, it’s super simple to make – all you need is some paper, scissors, and glue.

Halloween crafts for kids image collage

Forky Pumpkin Craft – Disney’s Forky is a lovable character from the new Toy Story 4 movie. If your kids are fans of Forky, then they’ll love this easy pumpkin craft that they can make themselves. All you need is some paper, scissors, and glue.

Witch Popsicle Stick Craft – Every little artist needs a blank canvas to start creating their masterpiece. This free printable template provides the perfect starting point for your little one’s next magical project. Simply print out the template and let your child’s imagination run wild. They can choose to make a traditional witch, complete with a pointy hat and broomstick, or they can get creative and design their own unique version.

Choose a couple of your favorites and make them along with this crow craft!

black and gray paper crow craft

Halloween Activities For Kids

These Halloween pattern block mats are great for introducing children to shapes, patterns and you guessed it, working on fine motor skills! Plus, their brightly colored and kid-friendly Halloween designs will draw the kids in!

Get the kids to work on number recognition with these Halloween color by number printables. They’re a simple no-prep activity for kids to do when they’re bored.

If your kids love I Spy, you have to try out these Halloween I Spy printables. They help with visual discrimination too!

Kitchen Fun

Grab some supplies and the kids to make one or all of these cute Halloween-themed treats!

Share With Us

Did you make this craft with your kids or students? We’d love to feature them on our social media!

For a chance to have your child’s craft featured, simply snap a picture of the completed project and post it to our Facebook page, email it to us directly by clicking here, or use #simpleeverydaymom on your social media!

More Halloween Ideas For Kids

two black paper crow crafts

Crow Craft For Kids

Prep Time: 7 minutes
Active Time: 7 minutes
Total Time: 14 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

See how easy it is to make this paper crow craft with the kids! It's great for bird units or for Halloween!

Materials

  • Colored cardstock or construction paper (in black, gray, white and yellow)
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick
  • Googly eyes (optional)
  • Crow template (download form located at the end of this post)

Instructions

  1. Download the crow template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
  2. Begin by gluing the wing to the body of the crow.
  3. Next glue the beak to the top of the crow's head.
  4. Glue the printable eye or a googly eye on the crow's head, just behind the beak area.
  5. Finally, make the crow's legs. We made each of the crow's legs differently. To make the legs look like the one in the video, place two yellow rectangles in an off-centered "x". Glue them together then cut off the excess paper on the right side of the "x".
  6. Repeat these steps for both legs.
  7. Glue the completed legs behind the crow's body, on the circular part, just below the wing.

Did you make this craft?

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Free Crow Template

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Lou

Wednesday 28th of September 2022

So cute

Sam

Wednesday 28th of September 2022

Thanks!

paola

Friday 23rd of September 2022

Where is the download link?

Sam

Monday 26th of September 2022

All you need to do is enter your email in the form at the end of the post and the link will be sent to you 🙂

Janet

Monday 12th of September 2022

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Janet

Thursday 8th of September 2022

Thank you for the download!

Sam

Thursday 8th of September 2022

You're very welcome!

Virginia

Thursday 16th of September 2021

thanks, nice crafts

Sam

Tuesday 21st of September 2021

You're welcome! Glad you like them!

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