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From babysittingjobs.com Posted on September 19, 2012 by admin | in Babysitting Jobs Setting the table for Thanksgiving dinner requires a little more work than a normal family affair, and handmade placements help add the perfect mix of creativity and … Continue reading
Use orange paper plates (or have students paint white paper plates orange) to create a pumpkin or jack-o-lantern. Use construction paper to create a stem and leaf. If making jack-o-lanterns, have students draw a face on the back of the … Continue reading
From makingfriends.com You need: Straw Hat Craft Foam Tacky Glue Hemp Feathers Scissors Instructions: Cut out pieces of craft foam to resemble the turkey shown above. Glue on a loop of hemp for hanging. http://www.makingfriends.com/fallcrafts/hat_turkey.htm
Kids of every age love to make scarecrows. Put kids into groups of 4 or 5 and have them come up with an idea and a list of supplies needed to make their scarecrow. Materials that may be needed: Articles … Continue reading
Paint the bottom of the child’s foot with white paint. the child will carefully step onto black paper. With a black marker, make eyes and a mouth once the paint is dry.
The child’s name in cursive make the ribs. “Austin” Fold a piece of white paper in half. The child writes his name in cursive touching the bottom fold. Do not do parts of letters that go below the fold. Bubble … Continue reading
Children trace and cut from owl pattern. The tree is made with India Ink. A “blob” of ink is put at the bottom of the paper. Students are given a straw to blow air through at the ink. Slick, or … Continue reading
“We’re Batty About School”- Halloween art project and Halloween bulletin board for preschool or elementary- bats
Trace students hands with thumbs together with a white crayon. Cut out, add wiggly eyes and draw a mouth. Create bulletin board- “We’re batty about school”( or about books, about science, etc).
This bulletin board can easily be switched out from a Halloween bulletin board to a “fall” bulletin board by removing the ghost and witch.
Students tear both the trunk of the tree and the leaves in this fall art project.
The mix is shaving foam in a tray with paint dribbled over it. You take a print with paper and when you peel it off you pull a squidgey down the page ( the thing you use to clean windows) … Continue reading
This project can be done by either having students cut small pieces of paper, or having them tear the paper. Also, instead of drawing and coloring the tree trunk, you might have them do a rubbing to show texture, or … Continue reading
This book about nature and the changing seasons focuses on a young boy and a very special apple tree. Register to become a member of teachertime123.com in order to have access to the entire site. It is brief … Continue reading