Begin by cutting out a parrot body and beak out of cardboard. Paint parrot body , beak with red, yellow colors. Set them aside to dry completely.
Cut out several strips of colored construction paper for the feathers. For the tail feathers cut 1-inch strips along the longest side of the construction paper. For the wings, cut 1-inch strips along the shortest side of the construction paper. Cut the ends of the strips to give them a curved shape.
When your parrot is finished drying, have an adult cut a 1-inch strip in the center of the the parrot body for the wing feathers and a 1-inch strip at the rear of the parrot for the tail feathers.
Hold your strips of tail feathers together tightly and carefully pull them through the slit in the bird. Pull them halfway through and then bend the feathers down for the tail feathers. Do this step again for the wings of the bird.
Glue the yellow beak onto the parrot. Then add a googly eyes stickers onto your parrot. Finish your twirling parrot craft by poking a hole in the top of it’s head and tying on a piece of white string.