Visiting a farm and exploring all the animals that live there is a fabulous learning activity for young children!
There’s so much to discover and children readily soak it all in.
Take that enthusiasm and keep the fun going at home with these farm animal crafts for kids!
These projects are simple, fun, and great for creativity. On top of that, they’ll help kids work on fine motor skills, cutting, and using the proper amount of glue.
Browse through these ideas and save the ones you like for later! They’re great for preschool, kindergarten, and elementary children.
Farm Crafts For Kids
Popsicle stick crafts are a little more advanced then some of our other activities, but they’re so worth it! This popsicle stick sheep craft is great for farm units.
This goat paper bag puppet craft is perfect for farm units and can be made in a variety of colors.
Create this simple duck headband craft with a bit of paper, glue, and our free template! Or, let the kids color in their own from the black and white version.
Aren’t cows some of the cutest farm animal crafts?! Make this easy cow craft for kids with paper, glue, and scissors.
Every farm has a horse, so be sure to make this horse handprint craft! It’s easy and so cute!
Need a super simple farm animal craft for toddlers? This paper plate pig craft is perfect! It only has a few pieces to cut out, and they’re all simple shapes.
We can’t forget about the important role of cats on the farm! This paper bag cat craft is fun for preschool and kindergarten children to create.
What’s cuter than little chicks being born in spring?! Not much, right? This paper plate chick craft is simple and big so little hands can make it easier.
Dogs are an integral part of many farms! This paper plate dog craft is a fun option for kids who want to paint.
This duck handprint craft might just win the cutest farm craft of all time!
Isn’t this handprint sheep craft so cute?! Trace your child’s hand and help them make this adorable little sheep.
This fluffy chick craft is a little different since it actually has some texture. Click through to see how you can make it with your kids with something you probably have in your craft closet already.
Pigs wallowing in the mud is definitely a sight you’ll see while on the farm. This pig handprint craft is happy and muddy!
Want another cow craft idea? Try this paper plate cow craft instead of our paper craft version.
This sweet little sheep is more than it looks – it’s a card too! Grab the free template and make this sheep card craft with your kids.
While mice not be the first animals you think of on the farm, they’re definitely a critter you can find whether farmers want them or not! This paper bag mouse craft is super cute and fun to create.
Did you know llamas are considered farm animals? Now that we know this, we think we need a farm 😂. Make this paper bag llama puppet craft. It’s too cute to pass up!
Remember those pesky little mice we talked about earlier? Well, that’s exactly why this paper plate cat craft is included in the farm list. They’ll take care of all the mice they find.
Bunnies are so adorable, right?! This paper plate bunny craft is so fun and simple to make!
Kids llama fans? Make this llama headband craft!
Finish up your farm themed unit with this adorable chick handprint card craft!
Which one are your kids going to make first?!
More Farm Animal Ideas For Kids
Want some ideas outside of crafts for a farm animal theme? One of our first activities we always turn to are books! Check out some of our favorite farm animal books below.
Mr.s Wishy-Washy’s Farm is a classic farm animal books for kids. In this story, the animals revolt against Mrs. Wishy-Washy’s baths and leave the farm. You have to read the story to find out what crazy shenanigans the animals run into after they leave the farm!
Little Blue Truck is one of the most popular books in our house. The cool illustrations and rhyming words really make this story fun to read. And with a whole series after this one, kids love getting to know the characters more and more!
The Cow Said Neigh! is a fun and silly book about farm animals who wish they were another farm animal. Kids will enjoy the rhyming and learn that each of us (animals included) has strengths we should embrace.
Do your kids love sensory play?
Grab this farm animal play dough kit that will keep the kids quietly (or not so quietly) playing for hours! This farm sensory bin is another simple activity that’s great for exploration and imaginative play.
For a fun farm animal gift for kids, check out this personalized wooden farm puzzle. It’s so beautiful!