We celebrated the first day of summer by creating this adorable paper sun craft. It’s easy to make and you may already have the supplies at home. This craft is perfect for kids working on scissor skills and counting. Your kids can use different shades of yellow or orange for this project. So, get crafting!
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Supplies for Paper Sun Craft
- Cardstock (yellow & black)
- Glue stick
- Cricut (optional)
- Paper cutter (optional)
- Sun’s face template
- First, cut 10-14 strips of yellow paper to make the sun’s rays.
- Next, glue the ends of paper strips together to make a loop.
- Cut a circle from yellow paper to make the sun’s face.
- Glue the yellow loops onto the yellow circle.
- Finally, print out the sunglasses and mouth. Cut and glue them to the yellow circle or create your own face by drawing it or using black paper.
Watch the video below to see how we made this adorable paper sun craft. Make sure to follow me on YouTube for more fun content!
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