Dog Crafts and
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How to Make Crafts and Activities Relating to Dogs

 

Paw Prints Poem for Dog Lovers

Add a picture of the owner's dog, and dog's paw prints and this "Happy Adoption Day!" printout will make a great gift for any new dog owner.Paw Print Poem Printout www.daniellesplace.com

Paw Prints

Sometimes you get discouraged
Because I don't come when you call
And I leave my tiny paw prints
On your furniture and walls.
But I am quickly growing
Learning to listen and obey
Soon I'll be your trusted companion
Shadowing you throughout the day.
So here's my tiny paw prints
For you to hang on your wall,
They can be a reminder
That love and patience
Is good for us all.
2012, Carolyn Warvel

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Scottie Dog Shapes Paper Craft with Moving Tongue - Experimenting with Shapes

scottie dog patChildren will enjoy experimenting with shapes to make a unique dogs. They can cut out the shapes and glue them together to make a dog running, sitting, or walking. Have your children see how many different poses they can come up with.

 

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What you will need:

Card stock (Heavy Paper)

Crayons or Harkers

Hole Punch

Brass Brad and Glue

What to do:

1. Print out the Patterns (PDF Pattern) onto card stock (Heavy Paper) (Printing Problems?)

2. Cut out the patterns and color them.

3. If you want to add a moveable tongue to the head pattern, punch a hole in the head pattern and the tongue pattern on the "Xs". Attach the tongue to the head pattern with a brass brad.

scottie dog paper craft4. To finish the head, fold in the tabs on the sides and place glue on them. Then fold the pattern in half pressing down on the glued area. Glue ears, eyes, eyebrows, and a nose to the head. Glue the head to the body rectangle.

You can also make the dog stand up if you cut a rectangle twice the size of the patten and fold it in half. The folded side is the dog's back. Glue two legs to each side of the dog.

You can also use a brad to make the dog's tongue moveable. Place a note or other important message in its mouth as a reminder to do something. Have your children make notes about what they are learning or write messages and place them in the dog's mouth and take them home to share with their parents.

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Suggested Books to go along with this craft:

Angus Lost

Angus and the Cat

First Dog Fala

 

"Just Dog" by Kiawyn Oram

Dog wanted a name. Everyone called him just Dog, but he wanted a special name like Digger or Barker. He did everything he could think of to get their attention. He dug in the yard so they would call him "Digger", and he barked at everything so they would call him "Barker", but none of his efforts paid off. All they called him was "Bad Dog" and "Be quiet, Dog". Finally he decided to think and come up with a better plan. Dog realized he was getting the wrong kind of attention and instead did things to help and behaved himself. Soon his owners started to notice. He was so good that they decided to give him a "good dog's name", but when they started thinking of names like "Sweetheart", "Honeybuns", or "Pudding Face" Dog just couldn't help it and started barking his head off. Those weren't the kinds of names he wanted and decided he was happy with just "Dog" after all.

 

Discussion Questions for the Book
  1. What is your dog's name?
  2. How did your dog get its name?
  3. Do you think your dog likes its name?
  4. Did your dog earns its name?
  5. What would be a better name for your dog?
  6. Do you know how to spell your dog's name?
  7. Where did you get your dog?
  8. What part of the story is depicted on the cover of the book?
  9. Have you ever done something you weren't supposed to do to get attention? What were the consequences?
  10. What did Dog do to get positive attention and a name? What can you do to get positive attention instead of negative attention? Help your child come up with a better plan.
  11. When do you like to get attention or have your parents notice you?

Fun Learning Activities to go Along With the Book "Just Dog"

Vocabulary Words

1. Make the Scottie Dog Craft above, the Dog Holding a Note Card Craft or the Faithful Dog Craft below. Then have your child write down the words he didn't know in the book "Just Dog" on stripes of 2" x 4" paper or on bone shapes and place them in the dog's mouth. Have him say the words as he puts them in. If he does not know one, have him place it in the back of the pile of words and keep playing until he knows all the words.

2. Make the Scottie Dog Craft above, the Dog Holding a Note Card Craft or the Faithful Dog Craft below. Write the words your child didn't know in the book "Just Dog" on strips of paper or dog bone shapes and hide them around the room. Have your children help the dog find the words and say the words as he finds them, and then place them in the dog's mouth.

Think about Good and Bad Attention

1. Talk about how everyone likes to get attention and be noticed, but that sometimes parents are very busy and can't always give their children all the attention they want. Talk about some things parents must do that takes attention away from their children such as: talk on the phone, pay the bills, answer the door, work, etc. Discuss what your child can do when you can't give him or her attention right away such as writing note so he doesn't forget his question, tapping on your arm to let you know he needs your attention and then waiting quietly until you can help him, or offering to help you with the chores so that his or her parents have more time to give attention, etc.

 

Stand-up Dogs Craft - Eight Different Breeds with Information Sheets!

Dog CraftChildren will enjoy creative play with these stand-up dogs. They can set up their own pet shop and hand out information about each bread, or advise their customers about what bread would be best for them.

Encourage your children to make a pet store sign and stock their store with animals and pet supplies. Provide play money, a cash register, and other things that might make it look more like a pet store.

If you aren't familiar with the breeds of dog, find pictures them on the Internet and encourage your child to color them according to how each bread actually looks.

dog Information SheetsWhat you will need:

Card stock

scissors

stapler

paper glue (Elmer's Rubber Cement)

Colored Pencils

 

How to Make The Stand-up Dogs:

1. Print out on the patterns onto card stock. Some of the patterns can be printed on a black and white printer to save money. (Printable Patterns are available to members.)

2Dog directions 1. Color the tongues red.

3. Cut the lines that have been highlighted with red as shown in the picture to the right, and the outline of the dog. dog Directions 2

4. Fold up on the center dotted line (Picture Number 2 on left). The printed side of the pattern will not be visible.

5. Fold the two tabs down at the neck and the two dotted lines on the dog's back (Picture Number 3 on right.) down so the the printed side of the pattern is now visible.

Dog Directions 36. Glue the fold closed. You can also staple the fold from the inside to make it more secure.

7. Glue the tabs together at the neck. If there are no tabs just glue the top part of the neck closed.

8. Glue one tail to the inside of one side of the body pattern and then glue the other to the other side matching the tail up. Glue the ends of the tails together.

9. Glue a head to one side of the body and then the other head to the opposite side matching them up.

Patterns for These Dogs and the Information Sheet are available to members only. Dog Breads include: Poodle, Basset Hound, Westie, Dalmation, Dachshund, Cocker Spaniel, Scottie Dog, and Bull Terrier.

 

Paw Print Drinking Straw Frame Craft for Kids

Paw Print Drinking Straw frameWhat you will need:

Neon Colored Straws

Neon Color Multipurpose Paper

Tacky Glue

Cardboard from a Cereal Box or Other Box

Ruler, Pencil, Tape, and Scissors

 

How to Make Paw Print Drinking Straw Frame:

1. Cut a piece of cardboard 8" x 8" and then measure in 2" on each side and cut out the 4" x 4" square in the middle of the cardboard.

2. Start at the left side of the frame and work to the right. Place glue all along the left edge and in about 2". Pull out the bendable part to make the straws as long as possible. Place the first straw at the left edge of the frame. Place another straw up against the first straw, but place it so that the bendable ridges are on the opposite sides of the frame. If you are using straws without the bendable part, you don't have to worry about this. Keep the straws even at the top of the frame. When the glue dries you can cut off the straws at the bottom of the frame. Keep placing straws all the way across, covering small sections of the frame with glue at a time.

3. While the frame dries you can print out the cut out the paw prints using the Paw Print Pattern (PDF Pattern). Print them on different colors of paper and cut them out leaving some color around the edges.

4. To finish glue the paw prints to the frame and tape a picture to the back.

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"Give a Dog a Bone" Foam Cup Dog Craft and Math Learning Activity for Preschool

Dog craft for math activityWhat you will need:

16 oz. and 8.5 oz foam cup

Card stock (Heavy Paper)

Scissors

Black pompom for the nose

Pink paper

Tacky glue or tape

Black Sharpie Marker

 

How to Make the Foam Cup Dog

1. To make the dog's head and mouth squeeze the top of the smaller cup to make creases at the sides of the cup as shown in the picture.

Dog craft2. Turn the large cup upside down and glue the smaller cup sideways onto the bottom of the larger cup as shown in the picture.

3. Draw ear shapes, arm shapes and bone shapes onto the white card stock and cut them out. (A Pattern for this craft is available to members.) Glue the ears to the sides of the smaller cup and the arms to the larger cup under the head.

4. Glue a black pompom onto the top, rim of the "head" cup.

5. Cut a large tongue from pink paper and glue it to the inside of the smaller cup.

6. To finish draw feet and eyes onto the cups with a permanent marker.

Math Counting Activity for Preschool Children

Give ten children in your class a paper bone shape and sing the "This Old Man" song. When you get to the part "give a dog a bone" have one child put a bone in the dog's mouth. As the child places the bone in the dog's mouth the other children should continue singing. When they sing "This old man came rolling home" have them make a rolling motion with their hands moving their hands around each other in front of them. When you are finished with the song have your children help you count all the bones in the dog's mouth by taking one out at a time.

"I Have Fleas" Printable Itty Bitty Book

I Have Fleas! Printable Book I Have Fleas Printable Book Page 1 I Have Fleas Printable Book last page

I Have Fleas!

A flea!
How could that be?
There is a flea on me!

Can you see?
There's a flea on me.
It's smaller than a pea.

That flea, he doesn't know me.
I hate fleas!
They are worse than a disease.
Wouldn't you agree?

Oh, no, now there are three!
This just can't be.
Give me a  bath, ASAP!

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Playful Puppy Foam Marshmallow Craft for Kids

Playful Puppy Foam Marshmallow Craft for Kids What you will need:

Foam Marshmallows

Glue

Craft Foam

Magic markers

Sharp Knife

How to Make Playful Puppy Foam Marshmallow Craft:

foam  marshmallow dog instuctions piccture1. Glue two foam marshmallows together (flat sides together) for the body.

 

foam marshmallow craft diagram picture2. To make the legs cut one marshmallow in half long ways and then cut both half pieces in half again the same way. Cut a wedge-shaped piece off of the ends of the two pieces to make the back legs as shown in the picture on the left. The cut should be opposite for the left leg. Glue them to the body as shown with the rounded sides out. The dogs rear is up in the air. You can make him lying flat with his legs out to the side if you would like.

3. Glue the other two leg pieces to the front as shown in the picture.

4. To make the head cut a slit down the middle of a marshmallow on the flat side about 1 cm deep. Make another slit from the round side meeting the cut in the center as shown in the picture to the right. Glue the head onto the body as shown.

5. Cut a wedge shape for the tail from another marshmallow and glue to the back.

6. Cut ears from fun foam and glue to the head. Draw on the eyes, nose, and mouth with a permanent marker.

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Scottie Yarn Dog Craft for Kids

Scottie Yarn Dog Craft for Kids Scottie Yarn Dog Craft for Kids  PictureThis little dog is made a lot like the yarn bugs on Making Friends Web Site with a little extra added.

What you will need: Black yarn, black, pink and red fun foam, 2 1/2" Styrofoam ball and 1/2 of a 1 1/2" Styrofoam ball, and tacky glue.

How to Make Scottie Yarn Dog Craft:

1. Print out the Pattern (PDF Pattern). Cut the legs and arms and ear patterns from black fun foam or black poster board. Cut the inside of the ears and tongue from pink fun foam. Cut out the nose and eyes. You can use googly eyes instead of the paper eyes if you would like.

2. Cut one side of the 2 1/2" Styrofoam ball so that it has a flat area. Glue the flat side it to the center of the fun foam legs and arms. Cut the 1 1/2" Styrofoam ball in half. Glue 1 of the halves to the front of the 2 1/2" Styrofoam ball for the dog's muzzle.

3. Cut a 4" x 4" square from heavy cardboard like cardboard from a packaging box. Wind the black yarn around the cardboard square about 150 depending on the thickness of your yarn. Cut a length of yarn and stick it in between one side of the cardboard and the yarn that is wound around it. Tie the yarn on that side together. Cut the yarn apart on the other side in the middle. You will now have pompom. Lay the pompom flat so it is in a circle shape. Place a bit of glue in the middle of the large Styrofoam ball and place the flattened pompom over the ball. Spread the yarn out so it covers the whole ball.

4. Cut a 2" x 2" square from heavy cardboard. Wind the yarn around the square about 20 times. Tie and cut the yarn the same as you did for the 4" x 4" square.

5. Glue the nose onto the middle of the yarn where you tied it. Glue the tongue onto the back in the middle as shown in the picture. Glue the whole thing onto the front of the dog over the small Styrofoam ball.

6. Glue the inside of the ear to the outside and glue them onto the dog. Glue on googly eyes or cut some eyes from paper and glue them on.

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Christmas Dog Treat Gift Bags Craft for Kids

Christmas Dog Treat Bag CraftWhat you will need: Lunch bags, paper glue, color printer and paper, and ingredients to make dog treats.

How to Make Christmas Dog Treat Gift Bags:

1. Print out the Dog Treat Bag Patterns (PDF Pattern) and cut them apart. Glue them to the front sides of lunch bags. Make dog treats or dog toys for your dogs and place them inside the bags. Roll down the top of the bags and staple them closed. Add a bow.

2. If you are placing dog biscuits in the bag, place the biscuits in a plastic bag before putting them in the dog treat gift bag. You can find dog treats and biscuit recipes to make for your dog on this web site: http://www.robinsfyi.com/holidays/christmas/recipes/animals/dogtreat.htm

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Refrigerator Magnet Scottie Dog Craft for Kids

Scottie dog magnet craft for kidsThese cute little magnet Scottie dogs can be made for about 50 cents apiece not including the magnets. (Even cheaper if you use the 40% and 50% off coupons you get from Michael's and JoAnn Fabrics every other week in the paper.)

What you will need: 3/16" x 3" x 36" piece of Balsa wood (found in the wood pieces section) $2.89, package of 200 count woodsies (wooden shapes $3.99, one package will made about 20 dogs), paint, Exacto knife, ruler, glue gun, and magnets.

Refrigerator Magnet Scottie Dog Craft for Kids PatternHow to Make Refrigerator Magnet Scottie Dog:

1. Use a ruler to measure off each part of the dog onto the piece of balsa wood as shown. Balsa wood is very soft. You can easily cut it with an Exacto knife. You can get one dog plus two extra legs from 3.5" of wood.

2. The dogs body is 1.5" x 2.5", the head is 1.5" x 1.5". Once you cut out the head cut two wedges from each side, use these for the tail. You will have to cut the end of the tail at an angle so that is can be glued to the body at an angle.

3. You will also need two small teardrop shapes for the ears, 1/2 of a small circle for the nose and 1/2 of a small oval for the tongue.

4. You can glue them all together for the children or let them glue them with tacky glue.

5. Paint with acrylic paints. They may also want to use googly eyes instead of painting the eyes on. Glue a magnet to the back.

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Faithful Dog Pringle's Potato Chip Bank

Dog Craft from www.daniellesplace.comThis craft uses a small Pringle's Can and a paper pattern. A pattern and directions for this craft are available on The Resource Room and the ABC, I Believe Lessons.

This craft goes along with the Sunday School lesson "Fruit of the Spirit Lesson 7 - Faith". In this lesson children learn from the story of Daniel that when they are faithful in the little things, they will also be faithful in the bigger things.

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Dog Holding a Note Craft for Kids

Dog holding a note Card paper Bible Craft for kidsThis craft uses a small Pringle's Can and a paper pattern.

A pattern and direction for this craft is available on The Resource Room and the ABC, I Believe Lessons.

This craft goes with the Sunday School Lesson "Beware of the Dogs". In this lesson children learn they should not get involved in someone else's fight. It is based on the Bible verse Proverbs 26:17.

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3D Folded Paper Dog Crafts for Kids

bulldog folded 3D paper Bible  Craft for kids

Children will love playing with these stand-up dog figures.

Print out the patterns, color, cut them out, fold, and glue them together.

Patterns include a Dalmatian, Basset Hound, Scottie Dog, Poodle, and a Bulldog.

Patterns and directions for these dogs are available on The Resource Room. They go with the Sunday School Lesson Series "Watchdogs". In this series of five lessons children learn that they should keep watch over what they say and do.

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"Feed The Dogs" Reading Folder Game for Kids

Feed The Dogs" Reading Folder Game for KidsThis game can be used with children at all levels.

Word endings are written on the dog bowls and beginning sounds are on pieces of dog food (square pieces of paper).

Your child must place the dog food into the correct bowl to spell a word. Each dog must end up with only three pieces of food.

A pattern and direction for this craft is available on The Members Only Section of Danielle's Place and The ABC, I Believe Lessons.

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Dog Collars

To make a collar use one inch, red velvet ribbon used for outside Christmas decorations. Cut the ribbon about 16 inches long. Fold the ribbon in half and punch a hole in the center of the fold line. Print the memory verse at the bottom of the tag. Write the child's name at the top of the tag. Have each child choose a dog name that he would like to be called. Write this name in the center of the tag. Call them by their names for the rest of the lesson. With a small piece of yarn, tie the tag to the center of the collar. Idea sent in by Narita Roady

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Expanding Rhyming Words Book

Expanding Rhyming Words BookChildren learning to read will enjoy making this book. Fold the book and help your child think of words that rhyme with dog such as: log, jog, hog, fog, bog, frog, and smog. Write the words above the dog. As your child opens the book, have him read the words until he can do it without missing any. A pattern and direction for this craft is available on The ABC, I Believe Lessons.

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Dog Ears Craft for Kids

Cut a piece of construction paper in half lengthwise. Fold it in thirds to make a band. Cut out ears from construction paper or felt to staple to the band. Talk about how dogs have different ear shapes. Some are small and pointy, some long and hang down, etc. Wear your headband while singing the song below.

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Watchdog Bible Verse Activity Sheet

Watch dog Bible Verse activity sheet"Set a watch, O Lord, before my mouth; keep the door of my lips." Psalm 141:3 Bible verse activity sheet available on The Resource Room.

In class have your children color the picture of the watchdog and cut out the bones and glue the bones in the appropriate place.

You can also buy small dog biscuits and have your children glue a few of them to their papers with flour and water paste. They can give the biscuits to their dogs at home as a treat. Tell your children that when they give their dogs a treat, they should try to remember to thank God for giving them a dog (a watchdog, if their dog is one) and to ask God to help them to be a watchdog over what they say this week. To make flour and water paste just add a small amount of water to a quarter cup of flour. Add enough water to make it sticky but not watery.

If you don't want to use real dog biscuits you can make and use dog bone-shaped cookies that the children can eat themselves.

This activity sheet goes with the Watchdog Series of lessons on The Resource Room. Click here for a free sample lesson.

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No More Whining Dog Craft

3D Paper Dog Craft Kids Can Make www.daniellesplace.comThis dog craft can be use to teach your child not to whine. Whenever your child whines, you can write a message about what he or she was whining about on a small piece of paper and place it in the dog's mouth.

If he or she whines too much, the dog will have a hard time holding all the messages.

Take the messages out every night and talk about whining. Tell your child that if he or she makes it a whole day without whining, he or she can place a dog treat in the dog's mouth instead of the whining messages. Cut bone shapes from fun foam or construction paper.

This craft goes along with a Bible lesson on watching what you say. The Pattern is available to members only on The Resource Room.

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Canvas Dog Puppet Craft for Kids

Dog Canvas Puppet Craft from www.daniellesplace.comWhat you will need:

Canvas Hand Puppets

Black felt for the nose

Different colors of felt for the ears

Markers, and wiggle eyes

 

How to Make the Canvas Dog Puppet:

1. Cut out nose shapes from black felt, ear shapes from different colors of felt, and tongue shapes from pink felt, and glue them to the puppet.

2. Color the inside of the mouth pink with a marker or crayon, glue on the nose, ears, and eyes. (You may want to do this with a hot melt glue gun.) Then color the puppet with markers. You can also add spots, whiskers, etc.

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Shrink Art Plastic Dog Tag Craft for Kids

Set of four dog tags to make for your dog - "Bad to the Bone", "Party Animal", "Pure Mutt!" and "No Fleas Allowed".

Shrink Art Plastic Dog Tag Craft for KidsWhat you will need:

Shrinky Dinks Refill Set

Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils

Scissors

 

How to Make Shrink Art Plastic Dog Tags:

1. Print out the Dog Tag Patterns (PDF Pattern).

2. Tape the patterns onto the back of a Shrinky Dink sheet, the shiny side.

3. Color the pictures starting with your lightest colors, then outline the pictures with a black color pencil.

dog tab craft4. Cut the dog tags out and punch a hole in the tag. You will have to punch more than once to make the hole big enough if you have a regular-sized hole punch.

5. Place the dog tags on the shiny side of parchment paper or waxed paper and place them on a cookie sheet. Bake them for 3 minutes in a 250 degree oven or until they have shrunk to about two inches long. The directions on the Shrinky Dink web site say to use a 325 degree oven but 250 seems to work just as well. It takes a little longer to shrink them, but they don't curl up and deform as much.

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Dog Shapes Review Game

dog shapes review game pictureHere's a fun way to review shapes this summer. Children study the dog pictures and then try to create the same dog using precut shapes.

As they work ask them what is the name of the shape they are working with. Is it a polygon? Is it a triangle? What kind of triangle is it: Equilateral, Isosceles, Scalene, Obtuse, or Acute? What is a 3-sided polygon called, a 4-sided?, a 5-sided, etc.?

Print out the dog pictures. Have your children study one picture at a time for a few seconds depending on their age. Tell your children to try and remember how the shapes form the dog. Give your children the shapes that match the dogs they have studied and tell them to try and put the shapes together to form the dog.

The Patterns for this game are available to members only.

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This directions and pattern for this craft is available on the Members Only Section of Danielle's Place.

"No Whining" Club Badge

Print out the Patterns (PDF Pattern) onto card stock (Heavy Paper), cut out the badges, and laminate them.

No-Sew Dog Craft for Children

This little dog was made with two children's sock and rubber bands. For directions to this craft go to the Sock Crafts for Kids.

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Dog with Moveable Head Craft

This craft goes along with a Bible lesson on watching what you say. The Pattern is available to members only on The Resource Room.

Dog with Message in Mouth Paper Craft

This craft goes along with a Bible lesson on watching what you say. The Pattern is available to members only on The Resource Room.

Paper Bag Dog Puppet Craft for Kids

This craft goes along with a Bible lesson on watching what you say. The Pattern is available to members only on The Resource Room.

 

 

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