Animal Face Pencil Toppers

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Need a five-minute craft that stops fights over pencils? These adorable button pencil toppers are perfect!

Age: 5+

Duration: 5 minutes

Learning Outcomes: Practice fine motor skills, animal names, and clearly mark pencils so students don’t lose them or argue over whose pencil is whose!

You’ll Need:

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This craft is quick, easy and fun!

Start with a chenille stem. Fold the stem in half, and slide both ends through the button holes. Then give the loose ends a twist to secure the button. Next, carefully wrap the chenille stem around the eraser end of the pencil. It’s that simple! Now students have an animal friend to work on assignments with.

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