Make this adorable N for Numbat Craft using our Printable Template that’s perfect for studying about endangered animals, Australian wildlife, or as a Letter N activity.
We move on to our next A to Z Alphabet Animal Craft with the Letter N. This craft is from our eBook – A to Z Alphabet Animal Crafts for Kids.
N is for numbat! I had never heard of a numbat before, but this Western Australia’s unique mammal stole our hearts.
N for Numbat Craft with Printable Template
Supplies needed to make this N for Numbat Craft:
- Printable Template
- Pink Felt or Construction Paper or craft foam sheets
- Light Brown Felt or Construction Paper or craft foam sheets
- Black Felt or Construction Paper or craft foam sheets
- An old CD
- Red satin ribbon
- Glue Gun or Glue stick if using paper.
- Googly Eyes
Steps to make this N for Numbat Craft:
Print the Craft template on an A4 or Letter Sized paper. Cut out all the parts -the head, the nose, the bands and ears. Use these cutout templates as your reference points and trace onto Felt. We used a 2mm stiff felt to make this craft. Alternately, you could use construction paper or craft foam in similar colors.
Glue the face to the CD first. Then add the nose and black stripes on the front. Glue the Ears and googly eyes and your Numbat is ready.
Finally, glue on the eyes and the 2 ears. Your Numbat Craft is ready.
This printable N for Numbat craft is perfect for Kids aged 5 and above and improves their fine motor skills, visual perception, and hand-eye coordination. Parents and teachers can also make these at home or class and have their child or students assemble it independently. These crafts can be made by teachers and used as props, puppets, or even for classroom decoration.
Also, check out our post – Australian Aboriginal Art for kids
If you homeschool, run a childcare, or teach any elementary aged kids, this N for Numbat Craft would be a great supplement to your Letter of the week curriculum. Add this fun craft project when you are studying about endangered animals, Australian wildlife, or as a Letter N activity.
Here are some fun Facts About Numbats
- Numbats are marsupials but without a pouch.
- Numbats are endangered. There are fewer than 1,000 Numbats left in the wild!
- Numbats eat termites. They have a long, sticky tongue that they stick down into termite tunnels. They can eat up to 20,000 termites in one day!
- They have grey-brown or reddish brown fur and black stripes. They are also known as the ‘banded anteater’.
Here are some Numbat Books that go with this craft
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