Printable Squirrel Template
squirrel.png (34.14 kb)
#1: Prepare your work environment by laying down plastic or newspaper
#2: Have an adult mix equal parts of shaving foam and glue with a spoon on a paper plate.
#3: Have an adult put a few drops of paint and mix into the glue and shaving foam mixture.
#4: Print out the printable squirrel template
#5: Use scissors to cut out the squirrel template
#6: Have the child use a sponge in the shaving foam, glue, paint mixture to color the squirrel. The paint will look bumpy when the child is done. This is normal because the picture will try with a touch and feel texture.
#7: Use the hole punch to punch a hole in the top of the leaf
#8: Insert the ribbon in the hole you punched and tie the ribbon to create a loop.
Tree Template:tree-coloring-pages-09.jpg (52.90 kb)
#1: Print out the free printable tree template
#2: Cut out the tree template
#3: Trace tree template on a piece of construction paper
#4: Dip your child’s fingers in different color paint. Fall
colors like red, orange, green work best.
#5: Place your child’s finger prints on the tree in
different directions to make the tree look like it has leaves.
Markers or Crayons
#1: Cut out a 2” wide piece of construction paper
#2: Have the child decorate this construction paper using glitter, markers and crayons. Encourage them to draw fall icons like leaves, scarecrows, pumpkins, etc.
#3: Use the hole punch to punch a hole in the top of the leaf
#4: Insert the ribbon in the hole you punched and tie the ribbon to create a loop. Your fall bookmark is now ready for any book.
#1: Trace around your hand on a sheet of paper (Can also trace the hands of your family members)
#2: Protect your work environment by laying down newspaper or plastic sheet
#3: Paint each hand a different color. Use fall colors like red, yellow, green,orange
#4: Cut each hand print out
#5: Glue the fingertips to the back end of the hand in an circle like pattern to create a circular wreath
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Crayons or Markers
String or ribbon
#1: Print out the printable tree template
#2: Use scissors to cut out the tree template
#3: Trace the leaf on a piece of construction paper
#4: Cut out the leaf you traced on the construction paper
#5: Draw a circle in the center of the leaf
#6: Use scissors to cut out the circle you just traced
#7: Glue a piece of tissue paper to the hole you just cut out
#8: Decorate your leaf using markers or crayons
#9: Use the hole punch to punch a hole in the top of the leaf
#10: Insert the ribbon in the hole you punched and tie the ribbon to create a loop. Your fall leaf kids craft is now ready to be hung in the window to catch the sun.
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