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Alphabet : L > Arts & Crafts

Leaf Wreaths added 7-16-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: Leaves, paper plate, scissors, Glue, and a paper clip

Have the children collect various and interesting leaves. Take a paper plate and cut the center out of it. Have the children glue their leaves around the outer edge to make a wreath. Attach a paper clip on the back and you can display their wreaths on the wall.


Log Cabin added 7-16-98 Original Author Unknown

Refrigerator box
lots of toilet paper rolls
glue brushes
White glue
tagboard

Bring box into the classroom. Lay it on its side, cut out a large door and several large windows. Have glue in margarine tubs and the box of paper toilet paper rolls near by. Let the children brush glue on the rolls and attach them in rows to the box. Continue until the whole box is covered with LOGS.


Lion mask added 7-16-98 Original Author Unknown

Need: paper plates, craft sticks, masking tape, yellow paint, paint brushes, lion faces, glue, cake pan, scissors

Adult: Put two pieces of masking tape on the edge of the cake pan, for each child; prepare glue and paint. Give each child a paper plate, and paint the outside crimped edges with yellow paint, down to the center, but not in the center. Allow to dry one hour. Using paint brushes and thinned glue, children glue their lion faces into the center circle of the plate. Using scissors, make cuts from the edge of the plate towards the center, not cutting the face, every 1-2 inches, all the way around. Slightly fold up every other piece, to give dimension. ADULT: Cut out eyes. Place a craft stick on the BACK of the plate, leaving enough for child to hold as handle; have child tape the stick on.


 

 



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