Diy toys. Click Clack Crocodile.
Today we’ll make a very amusing toy for kids – a Clicker Crocodile.
Mums and Dads, drop everything, call your children and quickly go to it.
To make a crocodile you’ll need:
- a piece of pressboard 16 by 3.5 cm
- a piece of green paper 16 by 3.5 cm
- a piece of green paper of a smaller size – 5 and a half by 3 cm
- a slip of white paper 10 by 1.5 cm
- a piece of white paper 2 by 1.5 cm
- two metallic bottle caps
- two toy eyes
- a pair of scissors
- a glue stick
- a little glue gun.
Now let’s get to business.
Fold the piece of pressboard in the middle.
Glue the bottle caps on each side of the pressboard.
Glue the green piece of paper on the pressboard.
Round the corners.
Bend in half the piece of green paper, and unbend the edges.
Cut off the angles from the bent side edge in the middle and cut out a triangle.
Now we have a preform for crocodile’s eyes.
Take a piece of white paper, cut it in half and cut off angles, rounding them up.
They are for eyes, too.
Glue white parts to the green one and then glue the eyes on top.
Spread the glue on bent edges and stick them 3 cm from the edge.
The crocodile’s eyes are prepared. Now his teeth remain to be done.
Take a slip of white paper, fold in in half. And cut out little triangles along the bent at equal distance.
Unfold the slip and cut it along the crease edge.
Glue the teeth to the crocodile’s snout.
And here we have the crocodile and his friend in the best, chattering their sharp teeth and seemingly aiming at eating someone.
And here is David Marseilles came to get acquainted with the crocodiles.
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Video blogging is our family business. There are 3 of us: myself, my wife Tania and our 7 year-old son David. We do DIY things for kids (but not only for kids). Mostly - paper crafts. Olso we can teach kids colors, shapes, animals and what not. So far we didn't have specific methods of teaching, but now we'll think about it, and I will formulate it later.