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Arts & Crafts: Holidays > New Years

Paper Party Hats added 12-26-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: colored construction paper,  a stapler or tape, a hole punch, yarn,  markers, crayons, glitter, and other decorative supplies.

Directions: Give each child a colored paper. Have them decorate the paper with markers, paint, crayons, string, glitter to there liking. But only one side.  After the paper has dried, form a cone shape to fit around the child's head.  Staple or tape the cone securely. (If you staple... e sure to color each staple with a piece of tape to prevent scraping.)  After you have made the cone, cut the bottom of the cone so it is even all the way around.  Punch two holes in the hat near the bottom to attach a string that will secure the hat on the child's head.  Tie on the string.


Celebrate the Year added 12-26-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: colored construction paper,  markers, crayons, glitter, and other decorative supplies.

Directions: Write the number of the New Year on a piece of construction paper. Ex. 2001. Let the children decorate the number and hang up.


Confetti Collage added 12-26-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: confetti (make your own or buy), glue, and paper
 
Directions: Have the children create a confetti collage on a piece of butcher paper using glue.


 

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