Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Tute Tuesdays

The weather is starting to feel a lot like FALL!  I love Fall crafts!  We are getting ready to start an apple unit in our classroom.  We are also getting close to open house.  So we need lots of cute things to hang and have displayed in the coming weeks.  I got some inspiration at Craftberry Bush to make an apple wreath. 
Check out how cute this is-

We are going to change it up a bit to make in more kinder friendly
 and here is how we are going to do it...

* You need red and green paint.
* Students gather some sticks from the school yard to break and use at stems.
* You need apples-cut in half.
* My favorite- paint the inside of the apples and let the kids stamp them onto white construction paper.
* Paint a leaf and glue on a stem.
* Once they are dry cut the apples out in their apple shape.
* Wreath-cut the centers out of some white or brown paper plates.
* Glue the apples around the edges of the plate.
*Hole punch the top and add riddon
These are super cute!



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4 comments:

  1. That is such a cute idea!!

    -Heather

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  2. HOw stinkin cute!!! I must try! Thanks for posting! :)

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  3. Wahoo, just found my next art lesson! You guys rock
    Ericka
    www.firstgradeandfancyfree.blogspot.com

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