Preschool Ducks Arts and Crafts



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Egg Shell Creations
Submitted by Hilary
What You Need:
  • Food coloring
  • Egg Shells
  • Glue
  • Paper
What You Do:
  • Enjoy hard boiled eggs with your class. Soak the egg shells in food coloring and water overnight. Dry the egg shells. Glue the colored egg shells onto construction paper to make beautiful duck shell creations
Paint With Feathers
Submitted by Tarah
What You Need:
  • Paint
  • Feathers
  • Paper
What You Do:
  • Let your children paint a picture, using feathers as a brush.
Baby Ducks
Submitted by Brianne
What You Need:
  • Yellow pom poms (medium or large)
  • Foam feet cut-outs
  • Googly eyes
  • Glue
  • Felt beak
What You Do:
  • Googly eyes
  • Cut out small duck feet from craft foam. Encourage your children to glue the large pom pom onto the feet and the medium sized on top of the large. Place two wiggly eyes on the medium pom pom and a felt beak underneath.
Duck Travel Book
Submitted by Jenni
What You Need:
  • Yarn
  • Construction Paper
  • Any Other Art Materials You Want
What You Do:
  • Give the children all of the materials and have them make pictures of where they would go and what they would do if they where a duck. You can then string their pictures together and make a duck Travel Book.
Thumb print ducks
Submitted by Mindy
What You Need:
  • Ink pad
  • Paper
  • Markers
What You Do:
  • Encourage children to make thumb prints onto paper. Have the children draw duck parts (wings, feet, beak, and eyes) onto their thumb prints.
Paper Plate Ducks
Submitted by Amy
What You Need:
  • Paper plate
  • Yellow paint
  • Googly eyes
  • Yellow and orange construction paper
  • Two inch poster board circle (pattern)
  • Duck feet (pattern)
What You Do:
  • Have children paint their paper plate yellow. While waiting for the paint to dry let your children trace one anothers hand and a two inch circle on a piece of yellow construction paper folded in half. Trace duck feet onto orange paper. Cut out all pieces. Fold the paper plate in half. Glue head onto one side of plate and tail (hands) onto the other. Glue feet to the bottom (rounded side) of plate. The children can draw the beak and eyes onto the ducks head or cut out an orange beak and use googly eyes.
Duck Hand
Submitted by an Unknown Friend
What You Need:
  • Marker
  • Paper
  • Glue
  • Paint
What You Do:
  • Trace child's hand twice onto the paper with the marker. Have the children hold their fingers together and stick their thumb up. Next cut out both hand prints. Glue the two hand prints together at the palm. Fold down the thumbs. Now let the children paint the shape as a Duck.
Footprint ducks
Submitted by Cristina
What You Need:
  • Yellow paint
  • Basin
  • Blue bulletin board paper
What You Do:
  • Have all of your children step into basin and then walk onto the blue paper. After the paint had dried they can draw duck features onto the footprints. You now have a wonderful bulletin board with adorable ducky feet.
Duck Tracks
Submitted by Cristina
What You Need:
  • White paint
  • Spatulas
  • Blue paper
What You Do:
  • Dip spatula into paint. Have the children "walk" the spatuals across the paper to make webbed duck prints.
Duck Nest
Submitted by Rebecca
What You Need:
  • Coffee Filters
  • Easter Grass
What You Do:
  • Glue the Easter Grass onto the coffee filter and it makes a cute duck nest.
Real Duck Nest
Submitted by Daylene
What You Need:
  • Mud
  • Sticks, twigs, pine needles, or pebbles
  • Grass or leaves
What You Do:
  • After showing your children pictures of duck nest, provide you students with mud, sticks, grass, leaves, twigs, pine needles, and pebbles. Let you kids create their own duck nest.