I made this pilgrim hat looking at pictures of clip art online. Cut out your construction paper pieces, glue together, and glue on to a paper ring sized to fit the child’s head. Done.
Turn this sombrero coloring page into a hat using a strip(s) of construction paper and a glue stick.
Here’s another craft perfect for Native American Month!
This is our interpretation of a Maraca craft from http://familycrafts.about.com/od/musicalcrafts/a/Water_Bottle_Maracas.htm.
November is Latin American Month! Try making a bright Mexican Paper Flower from http://familycrafts.about.com/gi/o.htm?zi=1/XJ&zTi=1&sdn=familycrafts&cdn=parenting&tm=1306&gps=298_308_1362_553&f=22&tt=14&bt=1&bts=0&zu=http%3A//www.kckpl.lib.ks.us/ys/crafts/papflowr.htm.
In honor of Sesame Street’s debut in 1969 we made our very own Sesame Street sign (but with our name!).
Personalized Sesame Street Sign
by: J. Davis
-green construction paper
1. Cut a wide (3-4 inch) strip off of the bottom of the green construction paper. Using the remainder of the green paper cut out a half circle with a little extra to glue onto the top of the green rectangular strip.
2. Across the green strip write “YOUR NAME” STREET and on the semi-circle write 123 with white crayon.
3. Cut yellow yarn and glue on to outline the sign.
Make a baton for Parade Day!
Parade Day Baton
by: J. Davis
-paper towel tube
-yarn or ribbon
1. Cut yarn/ribbon streamers (8-10 strands) and tie in a knot (x2).
2. Staple streamers to each end of paper towel tube.
3. Decorate baton with markers and stickers.