Party Hat Template.pdf (29.35 kb)
Decorations-pompoms, markers, crayons, glitter, feathers, etc
#1: Protect your work environment by laying down newspaper or plastic.
#2: Print out the Party Hat Template
#3: Cut out the party hat template
#4: Place the template on a piece of folded construction paper
#5: Trace out the template on the construction paper
#6: Cut out your party hat from the construction paper
#8: Place two holes on the bottom rim of your party hat
#9: Attach the ribbon to the holes. (These will tie around your chin)
#10: Decorate your party hat with your own custom design
#11: Allow your design to dry
#12: Your party hat will help you bring in any special occasion in with style
Send us a comment with your party decorating ideas! Or better yet show us with a picture!
2 sheets of Black Construction Paper
Brown Construction Paper
Printable Hat Template: Hat Template.pdf (88.03 kb)
#1: Print out the hat template. Cut out the hat template
#2: Fold the black construction paper in half.
#3: Place the template on the back half of the construction paper and trace
#4: Cut out and unfold the construction paper. Repeat this on the second piece of black construction paper
#5: Glue the two pieces of cut out, unfolded construction paper together. Make sure you do not glue the bottom portion of the hat together.
#6: Cut out a brown strip of paper about 2" wide
#7: Place this strip around the center of the black hat. Or decorate your hat with your own design.
What does your hat look like? Send us pictures of your hat design.
#1: Around the rim of the paper plate write the numbers 1-12. It should look like an analog clock (use one as a model to copy from). The 12 on the top of the plate, 3 on the right side, 6 on the bottom and 9 opposite the three on the left side.
#2: Make a small hole in the center of the plate
#3: Using the paper cut out two arrows. A longer for the minute hand. A shorter one for the hour hand.
#4: Peirce a hold in the ends of the arrows with the paper fastener. Place it through the hole in the center of the plate and secure the back
#5: Teach your child how to tell time using your new clock.
*For practice try getting out a list of times and activities your child has for the week and let them show you on their new clock what the time would look like for each activity.
1 cup of Plaster of Paris
1 cup of Water
Powdered Tempera Paint
Mold for the chalk (cups, ice cube tray, egg carton, etc)
#1: In bowl mix together the water and Plaster of Paris
#2: Add Tempera Paint to the Plaster of Paris mixture. Mix well and set aside for a few minutes
#3: Pour the mixture into your mold until dry. It may take hours to days for it to dry.
#4: Remove chalk from mold and let dry for about 24 hrs. Then you are ready to create your sidewalk art!
Send us a picture or leave us a comment letting us know what you did with your homemade sidewalk paint!
#1: Each day before you go to bed write down at least 5 things that made you happy that day
#2: Every morning read your list from top to bottom so you'll remember those good feelings!
Let us know what you are thankful for by leaving it in our comments section!
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