Giraffe Headband

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been having some jungle animal themed fun during our homeschool preschool time. Today, we made an adorable giraffe headband!

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Materials Used

  • Yellow Construction Paper
  • Brown Construction Paper
  • A Stapler
  • Glue
  • Scissors

I started by cutting the yellow construction paper into four thick strips. I stapled three together and made the giraffe’s ossicones (horns) with the last strip. I cut giraffe spots from the brown paper.

Next, I had my toddler glue the spots onto the yellow paper.

To finish this adorable craft, I helped my toddler glue the ossicones on the back of the yellow paper. After that, I stabled the paper so that it would fit around her head. The whole craft took about 15 minutes. It involved a little more adult participation than most of what you’ll find on this blog, but my toddler loved running around the house in her giraffe headband.

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4 responses to “Giraffe Headband”

  1. We love the book Giraffes Can’t Dance here! What a fun craft to go along with it.

    1. It is a favorite here as well. My little giraffe danced around for awhile while wearing her headband.

  2. This is such a cute headband for the little ones learning about animals. Our youngest loves baby animals.

  3. My son loves playing dress-up. This headband is such a fun way to become a giraffe. I love it!

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