Get moo-ving with this awesome cow headband for kids!
Whether you’re looking for a cow paper hat for an animal birthday party for a toddler or preschooler or to include in a farm study unit, you will love this one. In case you’re creating the headband on a spring day, when cow crafts are particularly popular among kids, you may want to take a look at our entire collection of spring crafts.
More spring crafts for kids:
If cows are a hit in your family, try more of our cow crafts. This paper cow craft was the one that inspired the cow paper crown. The Who lives on the farm? spinner featured several animals that you will find on a farm , including the cow.
If your little ones enjoy the cow paper crown, try more spring paper hats:
Easy to use in the classroom or at home, this paper craft is great for toddlers, preschoolers and older kids – all you need is paper, scissors and tape!
The cow craft template comes with colored and black and white versions.
The colored template option is print-ready for cutting.
Cutting helps children build hand-eye coordination and bilateral muscle cooperation using right and left hands. It also strengthens hands and builds dexterity.
The black and white template option is for coloring.
Coloring has many benefits for children, including improvement in color recognition, small motor development, hand-eye coordination, pattern identification, creativity, design planning, and focus. Try crayons, colored pencils, markers or other options to make it your own!
Cows are creatures of habit and even know when it’s their turn for milking. That’s why some farmers opt to skip Daylight Savings’ Time to keep their cows on schedule.
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How to Make a Cow Headband
Print the headband on white paper.
Color the front piece and side panels (if using the black and white version) and cut them out.
Tape two side panels to the front piece.
Bend the headband into a circle. Wrap it around the kid’s head to check for fit. Tape the ends together.