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Camel Paper Hat for Kids

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A fun and easy coloring camel paper hat for kids to make for interactive play, story time or an animal birthday party.

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Paper hats are a simple craft for preschoolers, kindergartners and older kids that can be made in the classroom or at home.

Perfect for any day of the year, paper hats are especially great for:

  • learning: Use paper crowns as an educational tool when learning about animals
  • story time: Keep kids engaged while reading books to them
  • costume addition: Headbands can be used as easy performance costumes
  • birthday parties: Encourage kids to color their own paper hat as a nice addition to an animal birthday party

A camel paper hat for kids can also be used as a nativity craft.

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Camel Paper Hat for Kids

Fun Facts About Camels


Camels are born without humps, but they develop over time as the fat in their humps grows. Dromedary camels have one hump.


Camel meat is considered a delicacy in many Middle Eastern countries, and the hump is traditionally served at Arab weddings. Some say camel meat tastes similar to beef.

Water storage

Camels can drink up to 40 gallons of water at once and store it in their blood, allowing them to survive without water for weeks.


Camel milk is high in protein, vitamins, and minerals, and it contains more iron, vitamin C, and unsaturated fatty acids than cow’s milk. It’s also lower in lactose, making it easier to digest for people who are lactose intolerant.

Camel Paper Hat for preschoolers

Camel Paper Hat

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Hot To Make A Camel Paper Hat

Start by printing the headband on white paper.

Color the front panel, if using the black and white template.

tape the crown

Tape  two paper strips to the front panel.

Bend the paper hat into a circle. Wrap the band around the kid’s head to check for fit. Tape the ends together.

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