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Arts & Crafts: Colors > Green


Grass  added 3-2-00
Original Author Unknown

Need: Green paper, glue, crayons

Directions: Children fringe a strip of green paper and glue onto a larger piece of paper as grass.  They  can then make an animal/ person etc. (whatever you like
really)  to place on the grass.


Grapes added 3-2-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: Green tissue paper, paper, and glue

Directions: Cut green tissue paper or crepe paper into squares. The children can then scrunch them up and glue on a page to resemble a bunch of grapes.


Green Vegetable Printing  added 3-2-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: Green Paint, Paper, Assortment of green vegetables such as green peppers, 
celery, cucumbers, etc.

Directions: 
1. Wash and cut vegetables in half.
2. Provide paint, paper, and prepared vegetables and let children have fun printing.


Green  added 3-2-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: Yellow paper, blue tissue paper

Directions: Get some yellow construction paper and cut out shapes in blue tissue paper and gluing them on so they make....Green!


Green Finger Paint added 3-2-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: *1 medium ziplock bag, Shaving cream (white), Food coloring

Directions: Mix blue and yellow food color in water to show the children how green is made. Squirt white shaving cream inside the ziplock bag, add a few drops of food coloring, and close the bag, making sure that all the air is out. This gives your child 
the opportunity to explore mixing colors (blue and yellow makes green, etc.) Clip a corner & finger paint with it.


Frog  added 3-2-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: Frog pattern on yellow paper, Blue Bingo markers

Directions: Run off a cute frog black line on bright yellow construction paper, then have the kids put dots on the frog with "blue" bingo markers. It is magic to them to see the dots turn out "green" on the frog!


"Oscar the Grouch" added 3-2-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: Film canister, newspaper, green pompom, wiggle eyes

Directions:  Using 35 mm film canisters, have the children cut a little square of newspaper (approx. 3X3") put a drop of glue in the bottom of the canister and then put the newspaper in so some sticks out of the top; glue one green pompom on the newspaper, and glue two tiny wiggle eyes on the pompom (they will need help with the eyes.) it looks just like Oscar the Grouch in his garbage can. You can get all the 
film canisters that you need for free at a film/camera store. (Try your local Walmart too!)


Shamrock Green Collage added 3-2-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: Shamrock shape pattern, green paper, Collage materials, glue, Green paint

Directions: Cut out a shamrock shape and have a box of green collage materials- yarn, fabric, ribbon, buttons, glitter. Add green paint to glue and let them decorate.


Green On Green  added 2-22-01 Original Author Unknown

Need: Green Construction Paper, Green crayons or oil pastels, White tempera paint, Paintbrushes

Directions: Draw a design or picture on the green construction paper using green
crayon. (This can get a bit tricky because its sometimes hard to see what it is you are drawing.) Just do some fun designs. Press hard with the crayon so its nice and thick. When the picture is drawn, brush some white tempera paint (not too thick)
over the paper. Like magic, lines will appear from out of nowhere!


 



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