Help your preschooler learn animal names and sounds with this Who lives on the farm spinner craft!
This farm animal craft is a great tool for little ones to learn some of the animals that live on the farm. Once you’re done with the craft, talk about other animals. Make a list and see how many animals you can come up with.
It’s an easy coloring craft for preschoolers and older kids. You can use it in the classroom, if you are a teacher, or at home with your kiddos. You don’t need much for it but it will keep little ones engaged for a while.
With just paper, colored pencils or markers, scissors and glue, you can create a game for kids to learn names and sounds of common farm friends.
The cover of the “Who lives on the farm?” spinner craft features a barn on one side and a smiling sun over a fence – yes, there is a happy day on the farm.
The spinner reveals five of the animals that you will find while visiting a farm:
The template comes with two options: one with words on both cover and spinner and one without, in case you want to let the kids write the name of the farm animals or you want to use the craft with another language than English.
This craft was inspired by our “Who lives in the ocean?” spinner craft.
For more farm animal crafts try our cow craft – a cow chewing on her own flower – or our paper cup sheep craft, an adorable three-dimensional project. Make a whole flock, or use them as place cards for a party or dinner!
Farm animal fun facts
Here are some fun facts about the farm animals featured in our craft:
- Cows sleep only about four hours per day but they spend about 10-12 hours laying down to relax.
- Roosters are protective and take care of the flock of hens. If danger is in view, he will warn the rest to stay close to him and be vigilant.
- Pigs are among the smartest animals, being able to recognize their name, play games and use tools.
- Sheep don’t have top front teeth.
- Horses are able to sleep standing up but they do lay down once in a while for deeper sleep.
Who lives on the farm spinner craft
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How to make the Father’s Day spinner
Start by printing the spinner and cover on white cardstock paper.
Color the spinner and cut it out.
Color the cover and cut it out.
Use a hole punch to make a hole in the middle of the cover. (where marked)
Use a pencil to make a hole in the middle of the spinner. (where marked)
Attach the spinner and cover together with a paper fastener.