1. Cut a toilet paper roll in half creating a semi circle. 2. Dip one end into green paint and press onto paper, repeat until you have created a Christmas tree shape. 3. Use fingertips to make the different colored ornaments. 4. Paint a trunk and a star.
Clear Ornament Fake Snow (Snowflake sprinkles or Styrofoam Snow) Glitter green pipe cleaner Glitter red pom pom Black paint
Orange triangle felt or foam
Black Foam (1 rectangle piece and 1 circle for hat) Pencil Hot glue gun Tacky glue
1. Fill ornament with fake snow 2. Cut green pipe cleaner and hot glue each end to a red pom pom and then glue to the ornament 3. Dip the eraser on the pencil into black paint and make eyes and mouth 4. Glue nose with tacky glue
5. Glue rectangle piece of foam around the top and then glue round piece on top
Toilet Paper Tube
1.Cut 1 inch from the end of cardboard, fold in and secure with tape.
2.Cut cupcake liner into quarters and trim away the flat sections leaving just the ruffles.
3.Glue the ruffle pieces overlapping each one.
4.Cut eyes from card stock, add pupils and dots with marker.Glue onto cardboard.
5.Cut and glue beak.
6. For the wings cut a cupcake liner in half and glue onto the back.
We took a branch and put it inside clay(air drying clay), then painted it fall colors and sprinkled glitter all over. Then the kids hung leaves that they decorated from Oriental Tradingon the tree.
These Fall Trees were made with Paper bags.
1.First cut lunch bag into half inch strips. Start at the opening and cut half way down the bag.
2.Open bag and stand it up,hold base of bag with one hand and twist the middle of bag to create the trunk of the tree.
3.Twist 2 or 3 of the strips together to create branches.
4.Tear strips of different colored pieces of paper and glue onto the branches.
Fall Leaves (Micheals Craft store)
1.Cut the center of a paper plate out.
2.Glue leaves onto paper plate.
3.Glue acorns and pinecones on the leaves.
4.Punch a hole at in the paper plate and tie a piece of twine for hanging.
5.Make a bow out of twine and glue onto the wreath.
ThesePumpkins are as cut as can be! For the little one here is what is needed:
1 Sheet of orange construction paper (9x12 inches)
Scissors (fancy edge scissors make the pumpkin even cuter)
A sharp pencil
1 thin strip of green construction paper (aproximately 1/4in x 3 inches) for stem/vine
1 Small piece of green construction paper for the leaves
Assorted craft supplies for decorating the pumpkin
Cut five strips aproximately 1 inch wide by 12 inches long from the orange paper.
Fold one strip in half to find the middle (or measure 6 inches from the side).
Poke a small hole through the center of all five strips with the sharpened pencil.
Poke a small hole at each end of the strips about 1/2 inch from the end.
Poke a brad through the center holes in the strips, and flatten the legs of the brad to hold the strips in place.
Fan the strips out in a circle.
Curve the strips up, one by one, and poke the second brad through
the hole at the end of each strip, going in order around the pumpkin.
Once you have all the strips on the second brad (the last couple might be a little tricky), flatten the legs of the second brad.
Tear or cut out a couple of green leaves.
Curl the strip of green paper around a pencil and hold it while you count to twenty.
Uncurl the strip slightly and glue on top of the pumpin for a stem/vine.
Glue the leaves on the top of the pumpkin to hide the second brad.
Decorate your pumpkin as desired.
For the larger Pumpkin ,
1. 10 strips instead of 5
2. Poke a hole in each end of strips
3. Poke a brad through one end of the strips and then bring the other end up and poke same brad through tosecure the strips.
4.Fan the strips out to form the pumpkin.
5. Follow directions 9-13 to finish.
This activity is an absolute must, kids just love it!All you need are some tin cans (make sure you smooth out the inside to prevent cutting),plastic lids, pipe cleaners,hardware pieces,cork, googly eyes, buttons, pom poms,and any other items you think might be fun,I plan on adding some slinkys also.Use a hot glue gun to glue magnets to all the pieces and enjoy! Thank you Teach Preschool for the wonderful idea!
Craft stick puzzles are so much fun to make and your kids will just love them!
I went through magazines and cut out several pictures, you can also color pictures or even draw on the craft sticks themselves. I used the jumbo sized craft sticks(not the colored ones because the dye will run) and I taped them together and turned them over , then the kids applied mod podge and placed the picture of their choice on top and then reapplied the mod podge,wait till dry and then I used a craft knife to cut the craft sticks apart.
1. Cut out 2 sections from a cardboard egg carton and cut cut one a little smaller for the head.
2. Paint any color you like.
3. Glue feathers on each side and a tiny bit on top of head.
4. Gluegoogley eyes on.
5. Cut beak and feetfrom yellow cardstock or construction paper and glue on.
6. Take craft wire or pipe cleaner and wrap around a pencil and then poke through the top part of the chicks body and secure by making a knot, then glue to the underneath of chicks head.
All my letters are made out of foam craft paper, you could also use cardstock or construction paper.I take my letter template and place on top of foam paper and use a craft knife to cut out letter, I also use a cutting board underneath for protecting the table.
1. Download lowercase letters atConfessions of a Homeschooler and print.
2. Cut out your letter Aa and use as template on paper of choice.
3. Print out template of airplane. All you really need are the wings and the tail.
4. cut the wings and tail and use as template.
5. Glue onto letter Aa.
6. Cut out a window and add a pic from a magazine for the plot or use a pic of your child.
The Day It Rained Hearts by Felicia Bond is an adorable story. One day it rains hearts, and Cornelia Augusta catches them. Each heart
is special in its own way, and Cornelia Augusta knows exactly who to
send them to.
A couple of the activities we did are posted below
This week I am starting my lowercase letters.I have had a great
response to all my uppercase letters, some of which I created myself and
the others I borrowed from Totally Tots. I am excited to be creating
all of my lowercase letters on my own. And for those of you interested in linking up I will also be starting an Alphabet Craft Share every Thursday. Both upper and lower case letters can be posted using the Linky Tool.
Looking forward to seeing everyone's creativity. Join me Thursday morning and link up your letter Aa .
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I think this one of my favorite crafts. It happened by accident, I was drawing hearts on folded paper for Mason to cut out and I happened to cut out 3 different sizes and when we opened the paper it reminded me of a snowman.
This one is mine
This one Mason did
Here is another one of M's
Basically its very simple to do.
1.Cut 3 hearts on folded paper(proportioned small,medium, and large).
2.Glue onto white paper.
3.Decorate with whatever you have on hand,such as buttons,tiny pom poms,ribbon,pipe cleaners,googly eyes,foam,etc.
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