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Torn Paper Eagle Craft For Kids (Free Printable Template)

Kids are naturally curious about the world around them, and learning about wild animals can be exciting! They are fascinated by the different creatures that share our planet from the mighty lions of the savannah to the majestic eagle soaring through the skies. 

Our torn paper eagle craft is the perfect way to combine learning and fun! They can explore more about eagles while engaging in a fun and tactile activity. 

Once your kiddo’s eagle is ready to take flight, check out our collection of torn paper crafts to keep the fun going!

Ripped Paper Eagle Craft

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The tactile experience of tearing paper and feeling its texture provides sensory stimulation, which can be calming and enjoyable for kids. They’ll also develop fine motor skills using coordination and control as they tear and glue the pieces of the eagle together. 

To get started, be sure to download our free template to help guide kids where to glue the torn paper pieces for the perfect shape of their eagle. This is a great project to implement when learning about different animals, birds, or even as a patriotic craft.

Supplies

Directions

Start by downloading the eagle template and printing it out. Once you have the template printed, gather the materials needed for this fun activity. Get those scissors ready, and let’s help the kids bring this eagle to life!

Hand holding Torn Paper Eagle Craft Template

First, guide your child to spread glue over the entire body and head of the eagle together.

Hand gluing the Torn Paper Eagle Craft template

Next, help your child glue the brown torn paper to the body.

Hand gluing the torn paper of Torn Paper Eagle Craft

Now, glue the white torn paper to the head of the eagle.

Hand gluing the torn paper of Torn Paper Eagle Craft

Place the wings on each side of the back of the eagle’s body and secure them in place with glue.

Hand gluing the wings of Torn Paper Eagle Craft

Position the feet at the bottom and middle part of the body, then glue them securely in place.

Hand gluing the feet of Torn Paper Eagle Craft

Guide your child to take the eyes and glue them in the middle of the eagle’s head.

Hand gluing the eye of Torn Paper Eagle Craft

Glue the beak in between and slightly overlapping the bottom of the eyes.

Hand gluing the beak of Torn Paper Eagle Craft

Finally, encourage your child to draw the eyebrows of the eagle.

Hand drawing the eyebrows of Torn Paper Eagle Craft

Be sure to check out our animal crafts while you’re here! Your kids will love creating more fun DIYs like this one!

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Ideas For Kids

Cute Animal Ideas

If your kids are animal lovers, you’re in for a treat! There are so many adorable animal crafts and activities to explore that will keep them entertained for hours.

You’ll discover ways to spark their creativity, learn about different animals, and even explore some favorite children’s books that feature our furry, feathered, and scaly friends.

Read on below to find some engaging ideas for crafts and activities featuring a variety of cute animals that are sure to be a hit with both you and your kids!

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Animal Books For Kids

The Fascinating Animal Book For Kids is a great book for curious kiddos! Find facts on almost any animal your child is learning about. This is a great resource to have in your home library collection.

The View At The Zoo is a silly book about all the animals at the zoo. When the people come to take a look at the animals, they see all sorts of sights! But, there’s a twist to this book that you have to read for yourself and laugh about!

Giraffes Can’t Dance is a sweet and fun book about Gerald the Giraffe. He can’t dance, but doesn’t stop trying! He finally finds his own rhythm when he meets an unlikely friend.

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Wild Animal Crafts

Paper Plate Hedgehog Craft – A kitchen staple becomes the perfect canvas to make this cute hedgehog with! Grab the paper plates, paints, and paper to get started on this fun craft!

Owl Headband Craft – Make craft time a hoot with this owl headband! Our free printable template makes it easy to create or color in a fun and adorable headband that kids will love to wear.

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Walrus Name Craft – This Arctic mammal is known for its long tusks and whiskered mustache, and our walrus has caught some fish! As kids assemble the fish to spell out their names, they personalize their craft while practicing fine motor skills, scissor skills, and letter recognition.

Panda Paper Bag Puppet – Turn a simple paper bag into an adorable panda puppet with our free template! This craft is perfect for kids who love pandas and imaginative play. Kids will love to create their own puppet and bring it to life with stories and playtime.

Animal Themed Activities

Let your little cubs journey into the wild with our lion worksheets for the perfect mix of fun and learning! These worksheets are great for keeping boredom at bay by exploring the letter ‘L’ and learning its sound as they trace and color.

They’ll practice writing, complete letter mazes, and tracing exercises with these activities. Get ready to hear your kids roar with excitement as they enjoy these fun worksheets!

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If your kids enjoy connecting the dots, they’ll love our elephant dot to dot set that features three adorable illustrations! They’ll have fun coloring in each elephant, adding a creative touch to the completed drawings.

Connecting the dots helps kids develop important skills, such as counting and number recognition, while also improving hand-eye coordination. It’s a fun and rewarding way for children to practice foundational skills.

Get ready for hours of fun and learning with these animal do a dot printables! This versatile set includes 29 pages, offering an engaging way for kids to develop skills like counting, fine motor coordination, and alphabet recognition.

Your child will love exploring the dot coloring pages, counting pages, dot the letter worksheets, and a dot by key coloring page. It’s a great resource for reinforcing key learning concepts through play.

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Introduce your preschoolers to the letter ‘Bb’ with these b is for bunny printables! They’re a fun and playful way for young children to explore new concepts through engaging tasks designed like games.

Your kids will enjoy activities like painting with q-tips, connecting the dots, building a bunny with playdough, and more. These activities help develop essential skills such as letter recognition, handwriting, and fine motor skills.

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More Fun Ideas For Kids

Finished example of Torn Paper Eagle Craft

Torn Paper Eagle Craft

Prep Time: 8 minutes
Active Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 23 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

Our torn paper eagle craft is the perfect way to combine learning and fun! They can explore more about eagles while engaging in a fun and tactile activity. 

Materials

  • Colored cardstock or construction paper
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Markers
  • Eagle template

Instructions

  1. Download the eagle template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
  2. Begin by placing glue on the entire body and the head of the eagle.
  3. Next, glue the brown torn paper to the body.
  4. Now, glue the white torn paper to the head of the eagle.
  5. Place the wings on each side of the back of the eagle’s body and glue in place.
  6. Position the feet to the bottom and middle part of the body and glue them down.
  7. Take the eyes and glue them in the middle portion of the eagle’s head.
  8. Next, glue the beak in between and slightly overlapping the bottom of the eyes.
  9. Finish up by drawing the eyebrows on the eagle.

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Stacey Nichols

Wednesday 22nd of May 2024

Can’t wait to try it with my kids.

Sam

Wednesday 22nd of May 2024

Great! I hope they have fun with it!

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