Wednesday, 1/18 is Winnie the Pooh Day ~ it’s his birthday! I made this simple craft so that Lorelai and her little friends could have a Pooh craft to do at our playdate on Wednesday. It’s simple – just Pooh’s head. You can have your child color or paint, then cut out and pop onto a jumbo popsicle stick. There are two versions you can choose from – one with the facial features already on the head, or one with them separate. Enjoy! =)
Download & Print: Easy Pooh Craft | Cut & Paste Pooh Craft
Thank you so much for this! I just realized this morning that it was Winnie the Pooh day & have been going crazy looking for an easy quick project to do with my 2 year old and found this!
You’re very welcome, Jen! Glad you got to use it!! =)
BTW, I tried commenting on your blog but it wouldn’t let me. (I don’t have a blogger account anymore.)
I came across this site on Google and printed the Pooh craft to work on with the 4.5 year old autistic boy I work with, and he absolutely LOVED it! We’ve done that craft now twice in the past week and a half. We’ve also done the Build a snowman craft, and I’m planning on showing him the Train one soon. These crafts help my little guy in many ways-thank you for all the fun and lessons learned!
When I open the “easy” file, Winnie only has one eyebrow. Is there something I’m missing? This is the perfect craft for a winnie the pooh party we’re having, but I’m hoping to get both eyebrows 🙂 Thanks for posting this!
I love W.Pooh! And other characters. You are awsome thanks!
I love this web!!!!!!!!!! You are awesome! -thanks