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Alphabet : G > Arts & Crafts

Also see Gingerbread

Glue
added 6-30-98
Original Author Unknown

Need: Glue, Food Coloring, and Paper.

Color some glue in primary colors (add a bit of food coloring) and let them just glue Gs. They will make new colors of glue by mixing the primary colors that you provide you can talk about that, too.


Gingerbread People added 6-30-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: Brown paper, scissors, glue, felt pieces, rickrack, sequins, fabric, or paper scraps, buttons.

Gut gingerbread people shapes out of brown construction paper or brown paper
bags. Give one to each child. Have the children decorate their shapes with felt pieces, rickrack, sequins, fabric, or paper scraps, buttons, etc.

Variation:
let the children cover their shapes with glue and sprinkle on dried tea leaves or coffee grounds before decorating.


Ghosts added 6-30-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: Black paper, White paint, and a Pain Brush.

On black construction paper have the children paint white ghosts. When the ghosts are dry, ask the children to give their ghost a name that begins with the letter G and tell a goofy story about their ghost.


Globs of Glue added 6-30-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: Glue, Wax paper, and Glitter

Let the children spill small globs of glue onto sheets of waxed paper or acetate. Let the children sprinkle glitter on their globs and let dry. Have the children peel the globs off the waxed paper and attach a string and hang from light fixtures or in windows.


A "G" Garden added 6-30-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: Construction paper, Scissors, and Glue

Cut out Grass and make a bunch of letter g's. Attach leaves and stems to the letter g's and glue them in the Grass.


Gold added 6-30-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: Construction paper, Glue, and Gold Glitter.

Make the letter "g" on a piece of construction paper and glue on Gold glitter to make a golden G.


Oscar the grouch added 8-8-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: film containers, green pom poms, and googly eyes.

Lightly glue rim of film container, place large pom pom on, add googly eyes and glue lid on top.


Goldfish added 3-4-99 Original Author Unknown

Colored a picture of goldy the goldfish and glue orange tissue paper.


Grapes added 3-4-99 Original Author Unknown

Precut bunch of grapes shape the kids colored and then glued purple tissue paper.


Letter G added 3-4-99 Original Author Unknown

Glue on grass the kids collect themselves.


Another Letter G added 3-4-99 Original Author Unknown

Eat some grapes. then use halves of grapes to stamp all over the "G", alternatively, make fingerprinted grapes all over the "G".


Yet Another Letter G added 3-4-99 Original Author Unknown

Get some gold stickers to put on the "G".


Gift added 3-4-99 Original Author Unknown

Give each child a small box (Jell-O box size is good). give them some wrapping paper and tape. watch them try their best to wrap up the Gift- but be sure to put something they made inside first!!! On the card- what else? "G"!


Another Grapes added 6-26-01 Submitted by: Sharon Nanney

Dip toilet paper rolls into purple paint and use to stamp a bunch of grapes on paint paper.  Cut out the bunches of grapes and hang from the ceiling or put on a bulletin board with the letter G.


 



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