Paper Plate Lamb Craft

Lamb crafts are a perfect way to introduce spring weather!

After all, “March comes in like a lion, and goes out like a lamb.”

That famous saying has been used for decades to teach kids about spring weather. With Easy Paper Plate Lambs and Paper Plate Lions, kids can act out this saying, too!

Using Paper Plate Lambs & Paper Plate Lions, kids will enjoy acting out spring weather. "March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb!"

Paper Plate Lambs

Paper plates are very fun and frugal to craft with. We recently made Paper Plate Lambs to welcome spring! This easy fine-motor craft is perfect for kids ages 3–5.

So grab your crafting supplies and get started on this adorable paper plate lamb craft. (This post contains affiliate links.)

Supplies Needed To Make This Paper Plate Lamb Craft You Will Need:

Using Paper Plate Lambs & Paper Plate Lions, kids will enjoy acting out spring weather. "March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb!"

Directions To Make This Lamb Craft:

Step 1

After gathering supplies, invite kids to cut out a small black heart for the lamb’s nose.

Using Paper Plate Lambs & Paper Plate Lions, kids will enjoy acting out spring weather. "March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb!"

Step 2

Show kids how to fold the white and pink paper in half, then draw a long ear shape for them to cut out. When they are finished cutting, they should have 4 pieces to work with.

Step 3

Pick up the 2 pink pieces and trim them so they are slightly smaller than the white pieces.

Step 4

Glue the pink pieces onto the white pieces to make ears for the lamb.

Step 5

Glue the ears to the back of the paper plate.

Using Paper Plate Lambs & Paper Plate Lions, kids will enjoy acting out spring weather. "March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb!"

Step 6

Invite kids to glue 2 large wiggly eyes to their paper plate. If they wish, they may draw a mouth on their lamb.

Step 7

Next, kids will need to gently pull apart the cotton balls and glue them onto the paper plate. White school glue is best for this task!

Using Paper Plate Lambs & Paper Plate Lions, kids will enjoy acting out spring weather. "March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb!"

Step 8

When the lambs are finished, kids may glue a loop of ribbon to the back so they can hang them, or glue a large craft stick to the back to use as a puppet. Simple, cute, and fun!

Using Paper Plate Lambs & Paper Plate Lions, kids will enjoy acting out spring weather. "March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb!"

Paper Plate Lamb Craft

Easy Paper Plate Lamb

Paper plate lambs are a great way to not only enjoy spring, but also keep kids busy on a rainy day! This little lamb is fluffy, with big cute eyes, and long pink ears!

Materials

  • white paper plates
  • large wiggly eyes
  • white, black, and pink construction paper
  • glue stick or white school glue
  • cotton balls

Instructions

  1. After gathering supplies, invite kids to cut out a small black heart for the lamb's nose.
  2. Show kids how to fold the white and pink paper in half, then draw a long ear shape for them to cut out. When they are finished cutting, they should have 4 pieces to work with.
  3. Pick up the 2 pink pieces and trim them so they are slightly smaller than the white pieces.
  4. Glue the pink pieces onto the white pieces to make ears for the lamb.
  5. Glue the ears to the back of the paper plate.
  6. Invite kids to glue 2 large wiggly eyes to their paper plate. If they wish, they may draw a mouth on their lamb.
  7. Next, kids will need to gently pull apart the cotton balls and glue them onto the paper plate. White school glue is best for this task!
  8. When the lambs are finished, kids may glue a loop of ribbon to the back so they can hang them, or glue a large craft stick to the back to use as a puppet. Simple, cute, and fun!

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Have you tried this Paper Plate Lamb Craft? Let us know in the comments below, we’d love to hear from you!

2 Comments

  1. Very cute. Looks like a lot of fun for the kids!
    Thanks for sharing at Funtastic Friday!

  2. Your little Lamby is soooo cute! Thanks for sharing! #HomeMattersParty
    Jeannee

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