Supplies Needed; Print out of template below, crayons or colored pencils, glitter, glue, scissors
Directions; Fold print out in half along center line. Glue the front half of the page to the back half of the page, thus creating a double-thick template. Allow children to decorate the front of the door hanger, when finished coloring assist children in adding glitter. Allow to dry. When dry, cut out the circle for the door knob hole and hang
Supplies Needed; Paper Plate, glitter glue, print out of template below, scissors, glue, and a metal fastener.
Paint entire paper plate with glitter glue, set aside to dry
Use scissors to cut out clock numbers and arms from template below
Glue numbers on plate
Poke a small hole in the ends of the clock arms to insert the fastener through
Poke a small hole in the center of the paper plate.
Insert fastener through the clock arms and then through the hole in the center of the plate.
Close back of fastener loose enough so that clock arms will move
Here is an easy project for kids. Trace their shoes on a desired color of paper. We printed our text, but you can also hand write it. We then gave the children foam letters and allowed them to spell their names.
Supplies Needed; 3 "tensel" pipe cleaners, scissors
Directions; Cut the pipe cleaners in half to create 6 pieces of equal length. Gather five of the pieces and fold them in half. Create a circle large enough to fit the child finger. Now, wrap the sixth stem around a couple of times to secure the ring. Be sure the ends of the 6th piece lay flat so they don’t poke the child’s finger.
Turn the ring so the loose ends face up and bend them slightly into the shape of an arch. Leave the stems raised enough so they aren’t poking into the child’s hand.