25+ Exciting Cow Activities that Are Amazing!

If you have ever met a cow ๐Ÿ„ or taken care of a cow, then you’ll know that cows are beautiful creatures with gentle and playful souls. 

They love to socialize and look after one another. As responsible parents, it is our job to inculcate compassion and respect for all living beings in our children, and engaging in hands-on activities is one way of doing so.  

Fascinating cow activities for children 

The activities listed below are meant to foster creativity amongst children, especially toddlers and preschoolers. Most children drink milk, eat cheese and yogurt, and even beef; all of this comes from cows ๐Ÿ„. 

It is essential for kids to understand where their food comes from and, in turn, have some respect for these fabulous creatures.ย 

Hopefully, your children will learn about cows and have fun taking part in these crafts. 

Paper Plate Cow Craft 

This paper plate cow craft is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. 

What you need- A white paper plate, black and pink construction paper, googly eyes, marker, scissors โœ‚๏ธ, and glue. 


  • Cut a pair of cow ๐Ÿ„ years and different-sized hearts out of the black construction paper. 
  • Paste the two years on the backside of the paper plate. Ensure that they are placed a little far apart. 
  • To make cow patches, paste the different-sized hearts around the plate. 
  • Apply glue to the back of the googly eyes ๐Ÿ‘€and stick slightly above the center of the plate. 
  • To make the snout, cut an oval out of the pink construction paper and paste it under the googly eyes. 
  • Make the nostrils and a smile with a black marker. 

Milk A Cow Activity 

Have your children ever wondered what it is like to milk a cow ๐Ÿ„? Then, this exercise is perfect for you. 

What you need- A latex glove, threading needle, and some water. 

Fill the latex glove with water and tie a knot at the top. Poke a few small holes in the fingers and ask your child to squeeze the glove to get the liquid out of the holes. 

Pro Tip- Preferably do this activity over a sink. 

Cow-Inspired Bread Snack 

My kids love this cow-inspired bread and fruit snack. 

What you need- bread, jam, apple, creamy cheese, raspberries, and blackberries. 


  • Take a slice of bread and use a circular cookie cutter to cut the bread. 
  • Carefully remove some of the tops of the circle and use a knife to make two hoof-like shapes.
  • Peel an apple and cut an oval from it for the cow’s mouth.  
  • Spread cream cheese over the bread and start assembling the cow ๐Ÿ„ on the serving plate. 
  • Start by placing the larger half of the circle in the middle of the plate, the two hooves under it, and the smaller half of the circle slightly over it. 
  • Place the apple slice between the circle halves. 
  • Now, to decorate the apple, use the blackberries to make the cow’s patches, tails, and eyes. Finally, the raspberries are made into smaller pieces to make the eyes and lips of the cow ๐Ÿ„. The snack is ready to be served. 

Cow Ring Toss 

Play a fun game of cow ring toss with your kids. 

What you need- Several Empty 2-litre Bottles, Bean Bag Filling, Construction Paper, Glue, and Several Embroidery Hoops. 


  • Fill the soda bottles with some bean bag filling to make them heavier. 
  • Depending upon the number of bottles you have, draw cow ๐Ÿ„ faces on the construction paper and cut them with scissors. 
  • Glue the cow’s face on each bottle. 
  • To play the game, each kid gets at least five to six chances to throw the embroidery hoops on the soda bottles. 

Activities like this are great for toddlers and preschoolers because they teach them about spatial awareness and preparedness and improve their fine motor skills. 

Clay Cow Craft 

My children really enjoy taking part in any craft where they can show off the end product to the rest of the family. 

What you need- Pink, white, and black-colored air clay, a small magnet, tape, and a toothpick. 


  • To make the cow’s torso, take a large clump of white clay and help your child shape it into a circle. 
  • To make the face, use a clump of clay to make an egg-like shape. For the hooves, make two small small eggs, and for the ears, even smaller egg-like shapes. 
  • Help your child roll ๐Ÿงป a piece of the white clay into a tail. 
  • For the cow ๐Ÿ„ patches, roll tiny pieces of black clay into circles. 
  • Make two horns with the black clay as well. Use the black clay to make two small eyes ๐Ÿ‘€ as well. 
  • For the cow’s mouth, manipulate a piece of pink clay into a rounded semi-circle. 
  • Now, assemble all the pieces together to make a cow. Press all of the clay together so they stick to one another. 
  • Let the clay harden. 
  • Once it is hard, secure the magnet to its back with a piece of tape. 

Visit a Dairy Farm 

Did you know that many dairy farms offer educational tours? It is true! If you, like me, want to show your kids where their food comes from to inculcate respect for their food, then you should definitely take them to a local dairy farm. Guided tours with an expert can teach your children a lot about cows ๐Ÿ„ and dairy production. 

Cow Bagel This cow bagel is a hearty, fulfilling breakfast option. 

What you need- Bagel, blackberries, and cream cheese. 


  • Slice the bagel in half and spread the cream cheese on it. 
  • Slice the blackberries into smaller pieces and place them sporadically on the bagel. Serve the bagel with a glass of chocolate milk ๐Ÿฅ› or orange juice for a fulfilling start to the day. 

Styrofoam Cup Cow Art 

This cow ๐Ÿ„ art is really easy for young children to draw. 

What you need- Styrofoam cup, acrylic paint, paint marker, paintbrush, googly eyes, glue, pipe cleaners, and scissors โœ‚๏ธ. 


  • Paint the styrofoam cup white. 
  • Once the paint has dried, use a black paint marker to draw the cow’s patches, mouth, eyes ๐Ÿ‘€, and snout. 
  • Fill the outline of the cow’s patches with black paint; the snout should be pink and the eyeballs white. 
  • Cut two small pieces of either pink or brown pipe cleaner. Apply glue on both ends of these small pieces and place them on top of the styrofoam cup (above the eyes) for the ears. 
  • Similarly, cut two small pieces of green pipe cleaner and paste them on the side of the mouth, like grass coming out of the cow’s mouth. 

Cow Cupcake 

This cow-inspired cupcake is perfect for a farm-themed party. 

What you need- Chocolate cupcake mix, softened cream butter ๐Ÿงˆ, powdered sugar, vanilla, heavy whipping cream, black icing, and pink gel food coloring. 


  • Follow the instructions on the box of the chocolate ๐Ÿซ cupcake mix and bake the cupcakes. Let the cupcake cool down. 
  • If you don’t have a stand mixer, in a large mixing bowl, whip 3 cups of softened cream butter ๐Ÿงˆ, 6 cups of powdered sugar, three teaspoons of vanilla, and six tablespoons of heavy whipping cream until stiff peaks are achieved. 
  • Scoop at least one cup of the frosting into a different bowl and add a few drops of pink food coloring to it. Mix properly and scoop it into a piping bag. 
  • Scoop the rest of the frosting into a different piping bag. Cut the tip of the bag. 
  • Scoop the black icing into the piping bag. 
  • Cover the cupcakes in the plain white frosting. 
  • Use the pink frosting to make the snout of the cows ๐Ÿ„ and the black icing to make the cow’s eyes ๐Ÿ‘€and spots. 

Kids Cow Headband 

While this headband was fun to make, I wasn’t expecting that my daughter would refuse to take it off. 

What you need- White, black, and pink construction paper, glue, scissors, and stapler. 


  • Fold an A4-size sheet in half and cut along the folded line. 
  • Staple the ends of the two strips and then loop the strips in the shape of a headband. 
  • While you handle the strips, ask your child to cut out blobs from the black construction paper. Apply glue to the back of the blobs and stick them to the headband. 
  • To make the ears, cut two large rounded triangles from the white construction paper. 
  • Also, cut two slightly smaller rounded triangles from the pink construction paper for the inside of the ears. Glue the smaller rounded triangle in the middle of the larger rounded triangle. 
  • Paste or staple the ears on the headband. And the headband is completed. 

Cow Plant Stakes Craft 

If you are unfamiliar with planet stakes, they are sticks that support your plants and help them grow upright. 

To involve my children in gardening with me, I sought their help to make these cow-inspired plant stakes. 

What you need- Craft eyes, brown yarn, large popsicle sticks, mini popsicle sticks, craft foam, acrylic paint, and paintbrush. 


  • Paint one large popsicle stick and two mini popsicle sticks completely white. 
  • With the help of black paint, make some cow ๐Ÿ„ patches on the popsicle sticks. 
  • Once the paint has dried, apply glue at the bottom of the two mini popsicle sticks and paste them slightly above the middle of the large popsicle stick. 
  • On the craft foam, draw and paint a cow’s face, ears, and horns. Paste the googly eyes ๐Ÿ‘€and cut the face with a box cutter. 
  • Paste the face above the two mini popsicle sticks and at the top of the large popsicle stick with glue. 
  • Glue several small pieces of yarn at the top of the cow’s head, and your craft is ready. 

Cow Cake Pops 

These cake pops are absolutely adorable and easy to make. 

What you need- Vanilla cake mix, cream cheese frosting, pink M&Ms, lollipop sticks, peanuts, black icing, and dark and white chocolate chips. 


  • Bake the cake as per the instructions on the box and let the cake cool down. 
  • Once the cake has cooled down, crumble the cake into a large mixing bowl. 
  • Add the cream cheese frosting to the mixing bowl and mix well. 
  • Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. 
  • Roll the cake mixture into small balls and place on the baking sheet. Insert the lollipop sticks into these cake balls and put the tray in the refrigerator. 
  • Meanwhile, melt the white chocolate ๐Ÿซin the microwave. 
  • Dip the cool cake balls in the white chocolate, completely covering it, and place them in a large glass. 
  • Take two peanuts and stick them to the top of the cake balls while the chocolate is still wet to make the cow’s ๐Ÿ„ ears. Also, press a pink M&M in the center of the cake pop to make the nose. 
  • Melt the dark chocolate chips next and use a toothpick or a small food brush to make the cow’s spots. 
  • Use the black icing to make the cow’s nostrils and eyes ๐Ÿ‘€. 

Cow Handprint Art 

Activities like this are keepsakes from your child’s childhood. I have saved a box full of crafts that my children did when they were toddlers. 

What you need- Construction paper, paint, googly eyes, and glue. 


  • Paint your child’s hand with white paint. Ask them to open their hand wide and place it on the sheet of paper. 
  • Turn the paper upside down so the fingers are facing downwards. 
  • Now, dip your child’s finger in black paint and ask them to draw the cow’s hooves, tail end, ears, and spots. 
  • Make the snout at the end of the thumbprint with the help of pink paint. 

Cow Macarons 

I don’t usually like macarons, but these cow ๐Ÿ„ macarons are perfect, and my kids love them too. 

What you need- Eggs, granulated sugar, almond flour, powdered sugar, purple gel food coloring, heavy cream, black tea bags, softened cream cheese, brown sugar, and white and dark chocolate ๐Ÿซ chips. 


  • Line a baking sheet with a silicone mat and preheat the oven to 310 degrees Fahrenheit. 
  • Sift 60 grams of almond flour and 50 grams of powdered sugar in a medium mixing bowl.ย 
  • Now add the egg whites of at least two large eggs into the mixing bowl and use the stand mixer to mix them together for four minutes at medium to low setting. Then, increase the speed. 
  • Add 50 grams of granulated sugar to the mixer and let the mixture mix for another five minutes.ย 
  • After five minutes, the mixture should look thick and glossy and make stiff peaks.ย 
  • Mix a drop or two of purple gel food coloring in the meringue mixture to offset the yellowness. 
  • Put the meringue mixture into the piping bag and pipe at least 20 to 24 round shells lined with a silicone mat on the baking sheet. Let the macarons sit at room temperature for at least an hour. So, the top of the macarons becomes matte and dry.ย 
  • Put the macrons in the oven and cook for 10 minutes, 
  • Once the macarons have been baked, cool them down completely by placing them on a wire rack. 
  • To make the filling, start by heating three tablespoons of heavy cream in a microwave. 
  • Add loose tea leaves to the heavy cream, stir, and let it steep for at least 10 minutes. 
  • Strain the heavy cream and let the heavy cream cool down. 
  • Meanwhile, in a stand mixer, whip 3 ounces of softened cream cheese until it is smooth. 
  • Slowly start adding the heavy cream to the cream cheese and once again whip until the mixture is smooth, light, and fluffy. 
  • Next, add the brown sugar to the cream and combine properly. Fill a piping bag with this mixture. 
  • To assemble the macarons, pipe the whipped cream on half of the macarons and place the rest of the macarons on top. 
  • Melt some dark chocolate chips and use a toothpick to create patches on the macarons. Your cow-inspired macarons are then ready. 

Cow Pine Cone Craft 

When there are many pine cones lying around my backyard during fall, I ask my children to collect them, and we use them to make cute little pine cone animals. 

What you need- Pine Cones, white vinegar, paint, paintbrush, white pipe cleaner, and white felt fabric. 


  • To clean pine cones, soak the pine cones in a large bowl with white vinegar and water for 30 minutes. Rinse the pine cones and let them dry for a few minutes. Place the pine cones on a disposable foil baking sheet and bake at 300 degrees Fahrenheit for at least an hour. 
  • After the pine cone has cooled down, help your child paint the pine cone completely with white paint. 
  • While the white paint is drying, draw a cow’s face on white felt fabric and cut it with scissors โœ‚๏ธ. Paste it on the pine cone with glue and also paint the googly eyes on the felt fabric face. 
  • To draw cow ๐Ÿ„ spots, use black paint. 
  • To make the cow’s tail, cut a small piece of white pipe cleaner and draw the end of the tail with black paint. 

Footprint Cow Craft 

Most parents will agree that the toddler stage in their children’s lives is both the best thing and the worst thing. Toddlers are super hyper and excited but love being messy and can be very emotional. I wanted to bottle my children’s toddlerhood with activities like fingerpainting. This is one such activity. Paint your child’s foot and help them use their footprint to create a cow’s ๐Ÿ„ head. 

Cow Print Inspired Rice Crispy Treats 

If your kids love Rice Krispies, then they’ll really love these cow print-inspired rice crispy treats. 

What you need- Butter ๐Ÿงˆ, mini marshmallows, Kellog’s Rice Krispies Cereal, and white and dark chocolate chips. 


  • To make the rice krispies, start by melting three tablespoons of butter in a large saucepan on low heat.  
  • Once the butter ๐Ÿงˆhas melted, add 5 cups of miniature marshmallows and melt completely. Remove the large saucepan from the heat. 
  • Add 6 cups of Kellog’s Rice Krispies cereal to the saucepan and stir until the Krispies are well-coated.  
  • Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and spray it with cooking spray. Evenly press the rice krispies on the parchment paper and let it cool. 
  • Meanwhile, melt the white and dark chocolate ๐Ÿซ chips separately in microwave-safe bowls. 
  • Cut the cooled-down rice krispies into 2-inch squares.
  • Using two spoons, dunk each rice krispie into the melted white chocolate chips and place the rice krispie squares back on the baking sheet. 
  • Next, use a toothpick to make the cow’s ๐Ÿ„ patches with the melted dark chocolate. Let the chocolate set. The rice krispie squares are ready to serve. 

Paper Plate Cow Mask 

My children frequently make scary masks for practical jokes. When they were little, I would help them make animal masks for role-playing because I read somewhere that it really helps children’s imagination. 

What you need- Paper plate, acrylic paint, scissors, staple, elastic string, hole punch, glue, and pencil. 


  • On the back of a paper plate, draw a line in the middle with a pencil. 
  • Cut the paper plate across this line. 
  • Draw and cut two eye holes on one of the paper plate halves. Paint the paper plate a mixture of light and dark brown.
  • On the other half of the paper plate, draw a cow’s snout and cut it out. Use a punch hole to make the nostrils. Also, draw two cows ๐Ÿ„ horns and cut them out.  
  • Paste the snout under the eye holes. Paint the snout pink. 
  • Above the eye holes and along the rim of the paper plate, paste the two horns. 
  • Cut a piece of the elastic string that is a little smaller than your child’s head and glue both ends of it at the rim of the paper plates, between eye holes and the snout. Your mask is ready. 

Cow-Patterned Cookies 

These cow-patterned cookies ๐Ÿชmight look intricate and difficult to make but are actually really easy to prepare and bake super fast. 

What you need- Unsalted softened butter ๐Ÿงˆ, condensed milk, salt, vanilla extract, plain flour, cocoa powder, and a cow-shaped cookie cutter. 


  • In a small mixing bowl, whisk 60 grams of unsalted softened butter until the butter ๐Ÿงˆis lighter in color, smooth, and looks slightly fluffy. 
  • Now, add 100 grams of condensed milk ๐Ÿฅ› and one gram of salt to the same mixing bowl. Continue whisking and add 3 grams of vanilla extract to the mixture. 
  • In a separate bowl, sift 180 grams of plain flour. 
  • Add the sifted plain flour to the wet ingredients and mix with a wooden spoon or a spatula until a dough ball forms. 
  • Take out a quarter of the dough, add 3 grams of cocoa powder to it, and mix it well. 
  • On a lightly floured, clean surface, help your child roll out the plain dough with a rolling pin. 
  • Ask your child to tear up the dough in random places and use the brown dough to fill in those spaces. Now, ask them to use a rolling pin and flatten the dough once again. 
  • I then asked my child to use the cookie cutter to cut the dough into the desired shape and arrange the cows on the baking tray. Use the remaining dough to make square cookies ๐Ÿช. 
  • Bake the cookies in a preheated oven at 325 degrees Fahrenheit until they are golden brown. Let the cookies cool completely (You can store the remaining cookies in an airtight container). 

Pro tip- If you can’t find a cow-shaped cookie cutter, you can use a dog or a horse-shaped cutter. 

Read Books About Cows 

As a parent of a young child, I have read hundreds of books to my children, and many of them have been about cows or have prominently featured cows ๐Ÿ„. 

Many of these books are beautifully illustrated and humorous and teach children about empathy, kindness, and being helpful. 

I would recommend the following cow-themed books to read- The Cow That Laid an Egg by Andy Cutbill, Do Cows Meow? By Salina Yoon, I’ll Love You Till The Cows Come Home by Kathryn Cristaldi, and There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Cow! By Lucille Colandro. 

Cow Print Pretzel Sticks 

These cow-print pretzel sticks are incredibly easy to make and are a wonderful addition to a farm-themed party for children. Your children can even make them on their own. 

What you need- Thick pretzel sticks and white and dark chocolate ๐Ÿซchips. 


  • Melt the white and dark chocolate chips in the microwave in separate bowls. 
  • Cover most of the pretzel sticks in the melted white chocolate, leaving the bottom uncovered. 
  • Dip a toothpick in the melted dark chocolate and use it to make the cow’s ๐Ÿ„patches. The pretzel is ready to be served once the chocolate has set. 

Paper Bag Cow Craft 

This paper bag cow craft is a great way to engage your children in a cute yet complicated activity. 

What you need- A brown paper lunch bag, crayons, glue, scissors โœ‚๏ธ, printer, and light paper. 


  • On the light paper, draw a cow’s eyes, snout, tail, chest patch, and legs with hooves. 
  • Cut these figures with scissors โœ‚๏ธ and help your child fill these drawings with color accordingly. 
  • Take a brand new, flattened lunch paper bag. The side which is completely smooth will be the back of the cow ๐Ÿ„. Apply glue to the tail and paste it at the bottom of the back. Glue the two front legs of the cow a couple of inches above the tail. 
  • The side with a flap is the front of the cow. Apply glue to the eyes ๐Ÿ‘€ and stick it on the flappy bit. 
  • Paste the snout between the flap and the rest of the lunch bag. The chest patch should be pasted slightly below the snout. The paper bag cow ๐Ÿ„ craft is ready. 

Pro tip- You can slide your hand through the bottom of the lunch bag and use the puppet for storytime. 

Chocolate Covered Cow-Print Oreos 

Who knew that Oreo cookies ๐Ÿช could be made better by simply covering them with more chocolate? This snack was my son’s idea, and he was really excited to take it with him to school and show his friends. 

What you need- Double-stacked Oreo cookies, pink and black icing, and white and dark chocolate chips. 


  • Melt the white and dark chocolate chips in the microwave in separate bowls. 
  • Cover the Oreo cookies ๐Ÿช in melted white chocolates and place them on a baking sheet with parchment paper. Let the white chocolate set. 
  • To make the cow’s nose, make a circle out of the pink icing. 
  • Use the black icing to make the cow’s eyes and nose. 
  • With a toothpick, make the cow’s ๐Ÿ„ patches with the melted dark chocolate. 

Popsicle Stick Cow Craft 

This popsicle stick craft is easy enough for toddlers to make and is a lot of fun to play with as well. 

What you need- Googly eyes ๐Ÿ‘€, popsicle sticks, black markers, glue, and pink and white construction paper. 


  • On pink construction paper, draw the cow’s snout, nostrils, and mouth all together with a black marker and cut with scissors. 
  • On the white construction paper, draw the outline of a cow’s ๐Ÿ„ head with ears and horns. Cut with scissors โœ‚๏ธ. Draw the outline of the cow’s patches on the head and ask your child to fill it in with color. 
  • Glue down the googly eyes to the face, along with the piece of pink construction paper with the snout, mouth, and nostrils. 
  • Apply glue to the bottom of the cow’s face and place the popsicle stick on it. Your craft is ready. 

Watch Cow Documentaries With Your Children 

If you want to teach your children about cows ๐Ÿ„ and the role they play in farming, along with the environmental impact of consuming beef and milk ๐Ÿฅ›, then there is no better tool than watching a documentary. 

There are several video essays, news stories, and documentaries available for free online that you can watch with your kids. 

Pro tip- Ensure that the documentary your children will be watching is suitable for them by previewing it before they watch it. 

Chocolate Covered Cow-Print Strawberries 

I love chocolate-covered strawberries; they are a great way to feed your children fresh strawberries under the guise of a dessert. 

What you need- White, pink, and dark chocolate ๐Ÿซ chips and fresh strawberries. 


  • Melt the white, dark, and pink chocolate chips in separate bowls in a microwave. 
  • Line a baking sheet with several cupcake liners. 
  • Cover the top of the strawberries with melted white chocolate ๐Ÿซ. 
  • Cover the bottom of the strawberries with melted pink chocolate. 
  • Dip a toothpick in the melted dark chocolate and use it to make the cow’s ๐Ÿ„patches. 

Flower Pot Cow 

My children and I had so much fun while making this adorable craft and even decided to put this flower pot on our front balcony once we were done. 

What you need- 4 Small clay pots, two medium clay pots, acrylic paints, cardboard, paintbrush, and jute rope. 


  • Help your children paint all of the pots with several layers of acrylic white paint with a paintbrush. 
  • Once the paint has dried completely, help your child make the cow’s patches with black paint and a paintbrush. Let the paint dry. 
  • To assemble the flower pots, turn one of the medium clay pots upside down. This is the cow’s torso. 
  • To make the cow’s ๐Ÿ„legs, apply glue to the bottom of two small clay pots and stick them at the bottom of the cow’s torso. 
  • For the cow’s head, apply glue to the side of the remaining medium-sized pot. Place this pot on top of the other medium pot in such a way that the closed end of the pot is facing the same direction as the cow’s legs. 
  • Draw two nostrils and eyes ๐Ÿ‘€on the medium pot that is the cow’s ๐Ÿ„ head. Cut two ears out of cardboard, paint them white, and paste them behind the cow’s eyes. 
  • To make the legs, cut a ten-inch piece from the jute rope. 
  • Tie a big knot at one of the ends of the rope. Feed the loose end of the rope through the hole in one of the small pots; the knot should be bigger than that hole. 
  • Now, insert the loose end through the bottom of the other clay pot and tie a knot as well. Leave at least 5 inches of rope between the two clay pots. 
  • Tie these two clay pots between the two medium-sized pots and secure them with glue. The flower pot is ready. 

Pro tip- You can use the same technique to make other animals and create a whimsical garden for your children. 

Cow Ice Cream Cones 

This ice cream ๐Ÿฆcone decoration will make the ice cream-eating experience even better for your children. 

What you need- Vanilla wafers, chocolate ice cream ๐Ÿฆ, candy eyes, toasted almonds, ice cream cones, and raisins. 


  • Place one scoop of ice cream on an ice cream cone. 
  • Take two candy eyes ๐Ÿ‘€ and place them in front of the ice cream ๐Ÿฆscoop. 
  • Microwave a vanilla wafer for 10 seconds and cut the wafer in half with a knife. Insert the two wafers on either side of the eyes. 
  • Place another vanilla wafer under the candy eyes. 
  • Stick two raisins to the vanilla wafer using honey to make the cow’s ๐Ÿ„ nostrils. 
  • For the horns, insert two almonds directly above the candy eyes. 

Toilet Paper Roll Cow Craft 

This is a really easy craft to make, especially for your toddlers and preschoolers who are learning about farming and farming animals. 

What you need- A toilet paper roll ๐Ÿงป, glue, pink and white paper, black marker, and scissors โœ‚๏ธ. 


  • Help your child cover the toilet paper roll with the white paper. 
  • Ask them to use a black marker to make some cow ๐Ÿ„patches and eyes on the toilet roll. 
  • Meanwhile, draw two ears on the white paper and cut them with scissors โœ‚๏ธ. Paste them a little further behind the eyes. 
  • Draw and cut an oval from the pink construction paper. Paste it under the eyes and draw the nostrils and mouth on the pink construction paper. The toilet roll paper ๐Ÿงป craft is ready. 


The aforementioned activities and snacks are inspired by cows, an animal ๐Ÿฎ that plays an incredibly important role in our lives, especially when it comes to food production. 

Through these activities, your children will learn about shapes, strengthen their fine motor skills, and improve their counting and alphabet recognition skills, along with learning interesting facts about cows ๐Ÿ„ and building compassion for these animals. 

In the comments below, let us know which activities your children enjoyed the most. 

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