Why not copy some smaller versions of these to use as counters for your African Adventure boardgame in this month’s Go Wild magazine? You will need to use FSC card instead of paper and create a bigger tab at the bottom so they can stand up.
How to make it
Draw some African animals on the card in pencil. They need to have a tab at the bottom, so draw that as well so you remember it later. Animals you might like to draw could include lions, giraffes, cheetahs, elephants, rhinos and zebras. If you don’t want to draw your own animals, you can print out the templates we’ve prepared for you here, and use them instead.
Cut them out, making sure they have a tab on the bottom. You might need an adult to help you with this bit.
Colour the animals in.
Take the lid of the shoe-box and turn it on its side. Decorate the inside of the box with your pens or paints, so it looks like an African landscape.
Bend the tabs on the animals back and glue them to the bottom of the box, toward the back, so that the animals stand upright.
Step back and admire your handiwork – a shoe-box safari.