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Alphabet : D > Arts & Crafts

Paper Dolls added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Cut out and decorate paper dolls to form a multi-cultural paper, decorate with crayons, markers or paint. If done on posterboard, decorate sections with scrap material, rickrack, buttons, yarn, etc. -OR- There is also a paper Doll at www.makingfriends.com that you can print out and make.


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

Cut out big D shapes from construction paper or posterboard and paste on paper
punch holes (dots).

Desk Organizer added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Cut PT tubes into various lengths. Paint each tube a different color. Glue the tubes (grouped in a bunch - 4-5) to a piece of painted corrugated cardboard. Use to hold pencils, rulers, paint brushes, scissors, etc...

Dachshund Pencil Holder added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

For the body, remove the side of a paper towel with scissors to make sort of a well. Cover the tube and only one end with construction paper. For the head, cut a circle of paper 5" . Cut a 1/3 wedge out of the circle. Fold the remaining 2/3 into a cone shape and tape together. Tape the head to the body. Add paper ears, draw on eyes, a mouth and a nose. For the tail, glue a piece of chenille stick to the covered end of the tube. For legs attach 4 small corks with glue.

Dinosaur Crowns added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Cut sponges into the shapes of tyrannosaurus dinosaur footprints. Fold paper towels in half and place them in shallow containers. Pour a small amount of brown tempera paint on top of each towel. Give the children crowns cut out of construction paper. Let the children cover their crown with dinosaur footprints by pressing the sponge stamps first into the paint and then onto their papers. When the paint has dried, write "tyrannosaurus (child's name) on the front of each crown

Daisies added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Have the children cut out a circle and glue it to the center of a paper plate. Show them how to cut petals in a variety of colors and glue them around the circle to form a daises. Have the children add stems and leaves.

Dads added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Ask the children to draw and color large pictures of their dads (or another important male figure in their lives). Have them tell you something special about their dads to write down on the pictures.

Duck Prints added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Need: Orange and yellow Paint, Small Spatulas, Paper, Pie Tin, and a Fork.

Mix Orange and/or yellow paint. Pour in a large pie tin. Place one or two (small) spatulas on top of each color of paint. The children walk the spatulas across the paper to make prints. Talk about how the spatulas make a shape like the duck's webbed feet. To Do again, use forks to make chick's feet.


Daffodils added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Need: Baking cups, Popsicle stick or pipe cleaner

Give the children yellow and white paper baking cups. Have them each flatten one of the cups and spread glue on the center portion. Then have them each place a second cup upright on top of the glue to make a daffodil. If desired, let the children attach Popsicle sticks or pipe cleaners for stems.


Daisies added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Have the children cut out a circle and glue it to the center of a paper plate. Show them how to cut petals in a variety of colors and glue them around the circle to form a daises. Have the children add stems and leaves.


Dandelion added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Need: Yellow construction paper, Green Construction paper, Brown Construction paper, Glue Scissors, and Marker.

To make the flower Cut a yellow circle 5" and another 4". From brown paper cut a circle 2 1/2 inches. Glue the circles one on top of the other. Fringe the yellow circles. Make a smiley face on the brown circle. Now, glue the flower onto the stems. Measured each child and make the stems the same height as the child. Then add two leaves and write the child's name on one leaf and their height on the other. These looked so cute along the wall. Above the flowers write the words "Flowers Grow with Love".


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