How to Make a Craft Wolf

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How to Make a Craft Wolf
Use an empty toilet paper tube to craft wolf. (toilet paper image by robert lerich from

A wolf craft is fairly simple to make. All you need is an empty toilet paper tube, some construction paper and a few other basic supplies. If you're a parent or a teacher, it's an ideal craft to make with kids when reading "The Three Little Pigs" or "The Big Bad Wolf." Use the finished product as a prop during the reading of these two tales, or use it to retell the famous stories.

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Things you need

  • Empty toilet paper roll
  • Construction paper
  • Crayons
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Googly eyes
  • Pipe cleaners

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  1. 1

    Colour a toilet paper roll tube. Use a grey crayon to colour the entire exterior of the tube.

  2. 2

    Make a nose and ears. Draw three triangles on a piece of grey construction paper -- one large and two medium-sized. On a piece of pink construction paper, draw two small triangles. Draw six triangles on white construction paper that are even smaller than the small pink triangles. Use a pair of scissors to cut out each triangle. Glue the pink triangles inside the medium-sized grey triangles, creating ears. Glue three white triangles, upside down, on either side of the large grey triangle -- these will serve as teeth. Use a black crayon to make a circle on the tip of the large grey triangle.

  3. 3

    Glue on the ears, nose and googly eyes. Glue the eyes on the top portion of the front of the tube. Glue the nose just underneath the eyes, so that they tip of the triangle is pointing down. Glue the ears on the top portion of the back of the tube so that the pink is pointing forward and the points are sticking up.

  4. 4

    Make whiskers for the wolf. Cut two black pipe cleaners into three even pieces. Run glue along one side of each piece of pipe cleaner. Attach three pieces to either side of the nose.

Tips and warnings

  • If you'd prefer to make a brown wolf, don't colour the toilet paper tube and use brown construction paper in place of the grey.
  • Always provide adult supervision when young children are using scissors and other craft items.

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