Kids love Hedgehogs. And it’s a lot of fun to create hedgehog crafts with your kids. Therefore I decided to turn the drawing we used for this leaves hedgehog into a free printable.
For this project, we took a nice walk in the forest with the family and collected a whole bunch of fall things to get creative with; Leaves and pinecones and what not. The leaves we used to create this hedgehog.
If you like to make fall crafts with your toddler, make sure to check out this page too!
How to make a Leaves Hedgehog
All you need to make a hedgehog with leaves is
- the printable at the bottom of this post
- a glue stick
- and leaves
My son handed the glue stick himself (which he loved) to cover the leaves with glue and then pressed them onto the paper. I guided him a bit about where the leaves should go as he is only two years old. He was very proud of the result. I think it is pretty cute. We used large leaves, but it would also work with a whole bunch of smaller leaves.
I turned the hedgehog I used here into a printable for you, which you can find at the bottom of this post.
If you like Hedgehog crafts, you might also like this handprint hedgehog lantern. My son was nine months old when we made this at his playgroup. You can find a free printable for this lantern here.
Free hedgehog Printable
You can download the leaves hedgehog here.
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