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  • Wednesday, May 01, 2013 9:00 PM | Deleted user


    White and green construction paper
    Red marker or crayon
    Hole punch

    Green pipe cleaner
    2 googly eyes

    Scotch tape


    Cut a few strips of green construction paper 3-4 inches wide and 6 inches long.  Tape the end of one of the strips to the white piece of paper.  Gently push the edge of the strip back to create a bump and then tape the front edge of the strip down.  Repeat this process two more times, each time overlapping the back edge of the new strip over the back edge of the old strip.  Tape the last strip into a ring. Punch two holes in the top of the ring and insert half of a pipe cleaner into each hole.  Glue two googly eyes to the front of the ring and draw a smile on the inchworm’s face.  Tape the ring so that it overlaps the final section of the body.

  • Wednesday, March 27, 2013 10:44 AM | Deleted user
    • paper plates
    • paper bowl or plastic pudding cup
    • paint, crayons, or markers
    • stickers, beads, sequins, etc.
    • glue

    1. You can use 1 paper plate or glue 2 together.
    2. Paint or color the paper plates.
    3. For the cockpit, glue a paper bowl or plastic pudding cup to the top of the plates.
    4. Decorate the outside with stickers, beads, sequins, etc.
    5. Cut a long length of fi shing line and hang them low so everyone can see the tops.

  • Wednesday, March 27, 2013 10:44 AM | Deleted user
    • white paper
    • green construction paper
    • pencil
    • scissors
    • green and orange pipe cleaners
    • tape


    1. Fold a piece of green construction paper in half and trace a
    long leaf shape. Cut out from the fold so you get a
    double leaf joined in the middle.
    2. Trace your hand on white paper and cut out.
    3. Take a short length of orange pipe cleaner and twist it to the end of a long green pipe cleaner so
    the ends stick up like a “V” with droopy ears. This is the fl ower’s center.
    4. Wrap the hand print around the top of the green pipe cleaner and tape in place.
    5. Poke a hole in the middle of the double leaves and thread onto the pipe cleaner stem.
    6. Wrap tape around the stem below the leaves so they stay in place.
  • Sunday, February 10, 2013 7:53 PM | Deleted user
    • White poster board or heavy construction paper
    • 2 red pipe cleaners
    • Pink construction paper
    • Red crayons
    • Tape
    • Glue
    • Scissors


    1.     Cut a head band out of the white poster board that is slightly larger than the child's head.

    2.    Let your child decorate the head band using crayons.

    3.    Cut two equal size hearts out of pink construction paper.

    4.    Tape each heart to one of the pipe cleaners and then tape the pipe cleaners on the undecorated side of the headband.

    5.    Tape or staple the head band so that it fits around the child's head. Cut off any excess.


  • Sunday, February 10, 2013 7:50 PM | Deleted user

    • Pink and purple construction paper
    • Red marker
    • 2 googly eyes
    • Scissors
    • Glue


    1.    Cut a large heart out of pink construction paper to serve as the body of the heart man.

    2.    Cut 2 smaller hearts out of pink construction paper for hands.

    3.    Cut 2 medium size hearts out of pink construction paper for feet.

    4.    Cut 4 strips of purple construction paper approximately 1 inch wide.  Fold the strips back and forth to create an accordion fold appearance.

    5.    Glue two purple strips on either side of the large heart to form arms. Glue two purple strips at the base of the large heart to form legs.

    6.    Glue the two small hearts to the ends of the arms and the two medium hearts to the ends of the legs.

    7.    Glue the two googly eyes to the large heart and use a marker to draw on a smile.

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