Since the pandemic began, I do a mini-version of my "Camp Nanabanana" over Zoom, the video conferencing app, with my grandkids most Saturday afternoons.
I was looking for an easy project when I stumbled across these cute corner bookmarks at https://blogs.dctc.edu/dawnbraa/2011/12/10/monster-bookmarks/
I have no idea who originally came up with the idea. I have seen it on several different websites and most considered this a origami project which included cutting and folding paper. I decided there must be an easier way and decided to use the corner of an envelope to make it easier for the younger kids.
Simply cut off the corner of an envelop, use the corner as a template to cut your animal print paper and then glue it to the corner. I really like the Elmer's disappearing purple glue. It's easy to see where you have applied glue but then dries clear. I purchased craft eyes which had adhesive backs. Then, we used construction paper to cut out "teeth", "noses" and "lips" to glue to each animal. Your grandchildren can use their imaginations to come up with all sorts of monsters and animals.
The hard is coming up with an easy enough idea that can be done on camera. In other words, the kids cannot require much help when you aren't there in person to assist them. Then, it requires my pre-ordering all the supplies and assembling a craft bag to be doorstep dropped to each child. The only things required for this project were animal print paper, glue sticks and "craft eyes". I am including links below to the types of products I used. As an Amazon affiliate, I may earn a commission if you use these links to purchase the items.