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Cardboard tube Frilled Neck Lizard

The Craft Train shows how to make an adorable Aussie Frilled Neck lizzard from a toilet paper roll (or other cardboard tube). australie

Popsicle stick & pipe cleaner lizard! Craft for kids age 4 to 6. Glue two Popsicle sticks together (side by side) and let dry. Take two pipe cleaners and cut one in half. Bend pipe cleaner halves into legs with little toes on the ends. Bend whole pipe cleaner and curl for tail. Glue onto bottom of lizard body and let dry. Add two googly eyes and use glitter glue to make polka dots on lizard body.


Mosaic Lizard

Mosaic Lizard: These bright lizard pictures look great pinned on the kitchen fridge. And they are so straightforward to produce that with a little preparation toddlers and preschoolers will have no trouble with this activity. A great project for a "Letter L" theme in the classroom - or a quick and easy activity to entertain your little artist.


3-D Paper Lizards: made these in class. Pop off the wall and bend just like a lizard! Super easy too


Lizard pattern. Use the printable outline for crafts, creating stencils, scrapbooking, and more. Free PDF template to download and print at