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Submitted by Diane C. Have students draw a picture(s) on black paper. Many students like to use white crayon. Just make sure the crayon side isn’t showing when being glued to the colored background. Click here to like teachertime123 on … Continue reading
What you need: cardboard or card stock aluminum foil picture to color in clear plastic wrap magic markers(permanent) 1. Cut card board or card stock to the shape you want your project. 2. Cover in foil. 3. Place picture on … Continue reading
Students first make a pumpkin shape. This is the only time I let them use scissors for this project. With older students, you can have them tear the pumpkin as well. Students are to tear small pieces of orange to … Continue reading
You need: orange paper,yellow paper, green paper and gold glitter. Students draw then cut pumpkin and out jack-o-lantern face. Glue yellow paper behind the pumpkin. Add gold glitter to outline the parts of the jack-o-lantern’s face. See bulletin board here. … Continue reading
Use color diffusion paper (most craft stores should carry this)- kids will use markers on paper. Spray over marker with water to create this unique look.
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
Kids paint a background (or use markers, crayons, oil pastels, etc.). This picture was done with water color paints. Kids create a jack-o-lantern by folding a piece of black construction paper in half and drawing half a pumpkin, one eye, … Continue reading
1. On black construction paper, kids use ruler to draw frame. The picture drawn within the frame must be attached to part of the frame (see first picture) 2. Cut frame and picture out. Black paper should then be flipped … Continue reading
From scholastic.com OBJECTIVE Students will make Halloween mobiles out of recyclable materials found in the classroom. MATERIALS Fiskars scissors; wire hangers; yarn; rubber bands; felt; white paper; recyclable materials (water bottles, plastic containers, flat plastic lids, paper towel rolls, plastic … 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.
Use brown paint on the student’s hand and a bit of the arm to create the tree and trunk. Students then may use paint or crayon to make fall colored leaves.
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
Students tear both the trunk of the tree and the leaves in this fall art project.