Wolf Activities & Fun Ideas for Kids


You have come to the right place if you are looking for fun, engaging and exciting Wolf themed activities to do with toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners. Our activities are used by teachers, moms, dads, child care providers and more!

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Wolf Arts and Crafts

Wolf Art
Provide each child with a cutout shape of a wolf.
Have fake fur, felt, glitter, markers, and various craft supplies available for them to add to their wolf any way they want.
You may have to help them trace the shape onto felt and cut out.

Wolf Games and Activities

Wolves vs. Dogs
There are different kinds of wolves.
Find pictures of different kinds, mount them on cards and share them with the children.

Talk about their similarities and differences?
Where they live?
What makes them different from dogs?
What are some of their similarities with dogs?

Have the children pretend to be wolves and howl at the moon!

Act out the story of the three little pigs.

What Time Is It, Mr. Wolf?
Play “What time is it Mr. Wolf?” One child is chosen to be the wolf and must stand with his back a fair distance away. All the other children line up, and ask, “What time is it Mr. Wolf?” to which the child replies, “It’s three o’clock” or whatever time he chooses and the children take that many steps towards him. This continues until the “Wolf” feels that the children are real close at which time he replies, “It’s lunch time” and proceeds to run and tag the next Mr. Wolf.


Wolf Recipes and Snacks

Pigs in a Blanket
Make simple pigs in a blanket by heating up wieners and rolling them in a slice of bread.
Pretend to be wolves eating the pigs.

Wolf Songs, Poems and Finger Plays

Woolly Wolf’s Tune
(Tune: Oh Christmas Tree)
Oh Woolly Wolf went traveling
She went to see Wyoming
Oh Woolly Wolf went traveling
She went to see Wyoming
She couldn’t fly. She couldn’t swim
She rode a worm and wiggled in.
Oh Woolly Wolf went traveling
She wiggled to Wyoming

Oh Woolly Wolf went traveling
She’d wave to people and would sing
Oh Woolly Wolf went traveling
She’d wave to people and would sing
Come wiggle with my worm and me
Wyoming is the place to be
Oh Woolly Wolf went traveling
She wiggled to Wyoming.

Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf
Who is afraid of the big bad wolf
The big bad wolf, the big bad wolf
Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf




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