DIY Penguin Tumbler

By Dr Archana Yeolekar|2 - 3 mins| April 03, 2021

Hello kids! Penguin is known as the clown of Antarctica! They are aquatic birds but can’t fly. They swim in cold waters and are seen in snow-capped regions. Black and white with a tinge of yellow penguins waddle and walk on two feet.

Kids will love this DIY penguin craft

So today let’s make a beautiful penguin tumbler and add it to our animal kingdom collection.

Follow the instructions to make DIY Penguin Tumbler.

Materials Required to Make DIY Penguin Tumbler

  • White paper
  • Black paper
  • Yellow paper
  • Red paper
  • Sketch pens
  • Glue
  • Pencil
  • Scissors

How to Make DIY Penguin Tumbler Step by Step

  1. First, we need a black sheet of paper.
  2. The preferred size is half of A4
  3. Draw the body of the penguin in an oval pattern and cut it along the borders.
  4. Next, draw and cut the wings of the penguin using the same black paper.
  1. Now you have the body and the wings ready.
  2. Stick the wings on the side of the body.
  1. Next, use a white sheet of paper, draw and cut the frontal surface of the penguin’s body. Make sure it is smaller than the black portion.
  2. Cut and stick it in the middle of the black portion.
  1. Next, cut two small circles using a black sheet of paper and stick it on the face.
  1. Add two small white circles to each eye and add these elements.
  1. After this, use yellow paper to cut the beak and the feet of the penguin
  1. Finally, add details to the face using two small red circles or ovals
  1. Now your penguin is ready!
  2. Next, use black paper and cut a circle of 10 cms or keep the diameter ad wide as the penguin’s body.
  3. Fold it in half and stick it on the back of the penguin’s body
  1. Now just give a slight push and watch the penguin tumbler rock to and fro.

Try for yourself!


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Dr Archana Yeolekar

Last Updated: Sat Apr 03 2021

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