Are you excited for yet another journey of art attack? Here we are with the amazing and innovative art of q tip skeleton craft? What are you planning a scary skeleton or a funny skeleton? Do let us know in the comments below. We have made a funny one with our little ones wearing a goggle! Without any further delay, lets dive into the process of making Skeleton Craft With q Tips:
q Tip Skeleton Craft Materials
- Q-tips or cotton swabs
- White paper
- Black constructions paper
- Black marker
- Liquid Glue
5 Easy Steps To Make Skeleton Craft With q Tips
You can even use q-tip skeleton craft template if you are doing it with skeleton craft preschool. Take a look at the first step by step tutorial for this how to make skeleton craft with q tips step by step art project:
- Take 6 q tips and cut them equally into half to make the rib cage. Start by sticking one straight vertical q tip in the center of the construction paper to make the spine. Now you can start sticking the equal cut q tips on both sides of the spine in a horizontal manner to make the rib cage. Make sure to leave equal space between two tips to have a proper structure.
- Now take 2 full-size q tips and start joining on the two sides where the spine tip ends to make it a hip bone.
- Use 4 q tips to make the leg bones as shown in the picture. You can glue them on the construction paper. Then cut one q tip into half and make the toes of the qtip skeleton craft.
- For arm bones, you can stick 2 qtips in the shape of a V on both sides to make the arms of the skeleton. For fingers, you can cut 5 qtips into smaller pieces including the tip of both the sides to make fingers for both hands. Be creative with the pose you love your skeleton craft to be.
- Lastly, Make a skull using white paper and a black marker and stick it right in the proper place. You can even use skull stickers to stick it and make it simple for the little ones. And Finally, your skeleton craft with q tips is ready!
Happy Skeleton Craft!
Try this out with your little ones and do let us know in the comment box below about this amazing art project. We even did it without second graders while they were indulged in the lesson of skeleton and bones. We even tried to come up with the names of the bones and fun facts about the human skeletons while doing this art project. And we successfully connected Science with arts and it was a lesson full of fun! I hope you are part of our amazing group ColourCraze and Love Is Play-Based Learning to stay tuned with our latest posts and videos.
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