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Alphabet : C > Arts & Crafts

Cloud Prints added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Put a couple drops of white paint in the center of blue paper, fold, and squeeze the paint around. Then we open them up and write on them what each child thinks they look like.


Big C Shape added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Cut out big C shapes from construction paper or posterboard and paste on cereal.
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Cut out big C shapes from construction paper or posterboard and make a collage.

Candle added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Provide art supplies for children to make pretend candles. Use toilet-paper tubes for the candle. Help the children paint the tubes with tempra. Show them how to stuff red, orange and yellow tissue paper in the top of the tubes for the flame then glue a strip of construction paper around the base for the candle holders. Help them glue the tubes to small paper plates.

Candy Cane added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Make a candy cane with pipe cleaners - use one white and one red - twist the pipe cleaners to make a striped stem. Bend them into a candy cane shape.

Carrot Prints added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Cut real carrots into 2-3" pieces - use them like a rubber stamp - dip in orange tempra - print to make a letter C.


Cars added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Invite the children to cut out pictures of cars from old magazines -make a collage.

Cat added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Draw a simple cat shape on a large piece of paper - (if the kids are old enough have them draw it) have the children paint their cats Black and cut them out when the paint is dry. Have them add eyes and whiskers -

Cat Handprint added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Use a wallpaper sample book to let the children cut out a rug for their cat to sit on. Then put their handprint upright on the "rug" (fingers together, thumb outstretched a little becomes the tail). Then use the top of a liquid detergent cap to make a circle at the top of the handprint (to become the cat's head). Add facial features, whiskers, etc. Have the children name their kitten.


Copy added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Place carbon paper between two pieces of paper -staple them together - have them draw C's and cats then pull apart the carbon paper to reveal the copy underneath.


Catalog added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Have an assortment of catalogs available. Let the children browse through and cut out five favorite items - glue them on construction paper - C is for Catalogs.

Clay added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Encourage the children to play with clay - Make clay See Recipes.

Clock added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Make paper clocks on paper plates - Attach construction paper hands with brads. Identify the big hand and little hand -if the children are old enough use the clocks to tell the time and hour.

C for Cotton added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Use Cotton Balls to make a letter C


Coats added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Cut pictures of Coats from magazines Make a closet for the coats by folding a piece of construction paper the long way - glue a small construction paper circle on the closet for a doorknob and write "My Coat Closet" glue the pictures of the coats inside.


Clover added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

If Clover is in season have the children pick some - Cut a large Letter C - glue the clovers on.

Clown added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Paint clown faces on all interested children. Take pictures of your cute clowns. 
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Give Each Child a circle and have then draw a clown face on it. Then give them a triangle for the hat.

Charcoal added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Draw pictures with charcoal, spread lots of newspapers.


Colors added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Cut a large letter C from const. paper - let the kids use water colors to paint the C different colors.

Cream added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Invite the children to fingerpaint with shaving cream - have them write some Letter C's in the cream.

Cutting added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Let the children practice free cutting - start with snipping -give them strips of paper - (make sure the width is only about 2/3 the width of the scissor blade) have the children snip - the strip - glue the pieces on a letter C tomake a mosaic.

Castles added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Use PT and TP rolls to make a castle - cut slits in the tops to attach to other rolls to make varying heights - use imagination! Paint the tubes goldfish and use sponge squares in red paint to make it look like a stone castle.

Clown Bank added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Tape a round piece of cardboard to each end of the PT tube. Cut a slot for the clowns mouth. (make it big enough for coins to fit through). Paint the tube white. Glue yarn hair and clown features cut from paper.

Cars added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Take the cardboard flat that holds can cokes and put a sheet of newsprint in the bottom of the box. Then put some puddles of paint and let the children use cars with different textured wheels and drive through the paint. Just remind not to "drive" in one spot too long or they will make a hole in the paper. When they finish simply change paper for the next child.

C Caterpillars added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

I cutout different colored letter c's. Then the children choose the color c's they want
and glue them on their paper to make a caterpillar( ccccccc). Then they simply draw feet, eyes, antenna, and whatever else they want to on their paper.

Cat Collages added 8-26-02 Original Author Unknown

Have the children look through magazines and tear or cut out pictures of cats. (Let younger children choose from precut pictures placed in a box) Give each child a sheet of construction paper with the letter "C" printed on it. Let the children glue their pictures on their papers any way they wish to create a cat collage


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