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DIY Flying Pterodactyl

Are you looking for an easy and fun craft? How about a way to decorate your room with fabulous dino-décor? This DIY flying pterodactyl encourages your little ones to learn fun facts about dinosaurs and boosts their hand-eye coordination. Parents don't worry, it's both low-prep and low-mess! Your dinosaur-loving kids can create these themselves and everyone can enjoy the dino-mite entertainment.

Materials Needed
  • Cardboard Paper
  • Scissors
  • String 
  • Pencil

Step 1

DIY Flying Pterodactyl | Womple Studios

Grab your paper and fold it in half. Begin outlining your pterodactyl (by drawing half) on the edge of the paper.  

Step 2

DIY Flying Pterodactyl | Womple Studios

Cut out the dino along the top part of the paper so it expands to a full pterodactyl. Fold the dino at the top to make the wings more distinct.

Step 3

DIY Flying Pterodactyl | Womple Studios

Punch 2 holes along the dino's spine and lace your string through both holes and tie them together. You can then tie it to the end of a pencil to begin flying! Don't be afraid to get creative and try different ways of soaring!

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