Supplies: 
  • 1 paper bag, lunch size
  • Brown and black construction paper
  • Black markers
  • Pencil
  • All-purpose white glue
  • Safety scissors
Instructions: 
  1. To make the kangaroo's ears, draw 2 large triangles on brown construction paper and cut them out.
  2. For the kangaroo's nose, draw 1 small triangle on white construction paper and cut it out.
  3. For the tip of the kangaroo's triangle nose, draw 1 small circle on black construction paper and cut it out.
  4. Glue the small black triangle to the bottom of the kangaroo's triangle nose.
  5. Lay the paper lunch bag flat on your working surface, smooth side down. The "flap tab" of the bag will be your kangaroo's face.
  6. Glue the small triangle nose onto the middle of the flap tab.
  7. Glue the large triangle ears onto either side of the top of the flap tab.
  8. Using the black marker, drawer 2 circles above the nose to make eyes.
  9. Draw 2 kangaroo arms on brown construction paper and cut them out. Glue 1 on each side of the bag.
  10. For the kangaroo's belly, draw 1 large circle on white construction paper and cut it out. Glue it onto the middle of the bag.
  11. Draw a 1/2 circle on brown construction paper and cut it out.
  12. Put a line of glue on the bottom curve of the 1/2 circle only, so the top edge is glue-free.
  13. To make the pouch, attach the 1/2 circle to the bottom of the belly, straight edge up!
  14. Once the pouch is dry, cut out a picture of a small kangaroo, and place it in the big kangaroo's pouch!