Posted by Merryn | Posted in Alphabets, Animal Crafts, Teaching Aid, Zebra | Posted on 06-01-2012 | 6,847 views
Tags: Alphabets, Teaching aid
I remembered my niece once shared with us a naughty little joke.
She asked, “What animal is very hamsup (cheeky)?”
Me: The LEMUR (King Julian) in Madagascar!
Me: Then what?
Hazel: ZEBRA! Coz zebra will un-ZIP and show off its BRA!
LoL! Cheeky little girl she was…
Today, let’s not be cheeky and make a zebra as a teaching aid instead. This is great to be used when introducing ABCs to the little one. I was in one of the localkindy around when I saw this on their Art Board so here we are reproducing the art work 🙂
I prepared a Z template and get the kids to use it to draw the outline.
Cut out the Z
Paint stripes on the letter Z
Paint a strip of paper black, let dry and cut little strips as the mane.
Paste the mane onto the Z, add ears and eyes and the ZEBRA is done! 🙂