Fun Animal Friday Bengal Cat Craft
Create a purrfect cat!
Activity best for children age 2 and up
Today we enjoyed an animal presentation with Zovargo and met a new furry friend, Leo the Bengal Cat! His markings are unique compared to other domestic cats. Patterns like these can help animals hide. Leo might not live in the wild, but other cats, like leopards and cheetahs, have similar markings to help them hide in their natural surroundings. For the craft today, we are going to paint a cat face using a common household utensil. What markings will your cat have?
Materials you’ll need:
Colored paper scraps
Glue stick or tape
Cover your workspace and any surrounding surfaces to protect them from paint. Grab a piece of paper to use as your background.
Add some paint to the middle of your paper and use the fork to spread it into the shape of your cat’s face.
While the paint dries, draw some eyes, a nose, and other features for your cat’s face. Carefully cut them out with some scissors.
When the paint dries attach the facial features with some tape or glue.