Paper Bag Scarecrow Hat. Scarecrow Hat. This Scarecrow Hat is an easy and inexpensive way to dress the kids for Halloween Trick or Treating.
Add an old shirt with some straw stuffed in the sleeves and you’ve got a costume. Make a Scarecrow Door Hanger. Burlap Witch Door Hanger The uglier the witch the better, when youre making Halloween crafts.
It seems that I like green faced witches, so this burlap witch door hanger has a green face. If you haven't tried making burlap crafts, this is a great project to do. It isn't difficult and you can hang it on your front door and scare all the little neighbor kids. What could be better than that? This burlap door hanger can be made for outdoors by stuffing the witch hanger with plastic bags and spraying the finished witch with sealer. Craft Stick Scarecrows. Paper Cup Crow. As autumn rolls in and farmers work on their harvest, the crows will be looking for free goodies.
Make this cute Paper Cup Crow to celebrate the fall season! Supplies 2 small plastic cups (bathroom size) 2 cotton balls 2 medium wiggle eyes 1 red button scrap of orange craft foam scrap of orange construction paper Acrylic craft paint: black and goldenrod scissors white craft glue Instructions Cover table with newspaper, a plastic tablecloth or even an old shower curtain. Gather your supplies and have them all within arm's reach. Now you are ready to begin making your plastic cup crows... Paint one of the cups black and the other with goldenrod. Cut a triangle from the orange craft foam for the beak. Cut a heart shape for the feet from orange construction paper. When paint is dry, use scissors to cut thin slits (fringes) halfway up the goldenrod cup, going all the way around.
Turn the hat over and put 2 cotton balls inside the cup. Glue 2 wiggle eyes and beak on to the cup under the hat. Scarecrowcuttingpractice.pdf. 10 scarecrow crafts and activities. I’ve always thought scarecrows were fascinating, and I recently found myself trying to explain their purpose to my kids.
Scarecrow Wooden Spoon Puppet. Our list of autumn / fall crafts and activities is growing by the day.
Why not try our latest – a cute Harvest Scarecrow Puppet! My kids love puppets and putting on their own puppet shows. They also love scarecrows. The Little Scarecrow Boy. I cannot believe that November is already here and that in a couple of weeks, it will be Thanksgiving.
Where did October go? I'm not sure where October went, but I wanted to do something new and cute for fall this year and decided to go with a classic.... Are you familiar with the book, The Little Scarecrow Boy by Margaret Wise Brown? If you don't have it, you need to get it. The Scarecrow's Hat. For the past week or so we have been listening to a great book on tape called The Scarecrow's Hat by Ken Brown.
I bought this book and tape set through a Scholastic book order several years ago. It's fun to have a story on tape as opposed to me reading aloud because the voices are different. Of course I will still often read aloud to the children, but a taped story is just a nice change once in a while. Scarecrow Felt Board Game. Dingle dangle scarecrow. Paper bag scarecrow. We've got tons of fall craft ideas for you here at Easy Child Crafts.com.
This paper bag craft is perfect for Fall and Halloween decorating! Check out our photo and you'll see what we mean! The idea is amaazingly easy. Craft Stick Scarecrows. Scarecrows are synonymous with autumn.
Making fall crafts with your kids needs to include some of these cuties! Using some craft sticks, corks and mini straw hats, you can make these cute little craft stick scarecrows. Use them as plant pokes, puppets or stick them in some Styrofoam to hold them up. The first thing you need to do is cut a slit in the wide end of the cork. Grown ups should handle a craft knife or box cutter, but kids can do this by poking the cork with a toothpick several times. To make the scarecrow’s scarf you’ll need a piece of fabric, about 2 inches square. You can use a Sharpie marker to draw on a stitched smile, then glue on googly eyes and a triangle scrap of orange felt. Take cut pieces of yarn and line them up next to each other, put white glue on top of the cork head, then turn upside down to stick the head to the yarn. Here’s a printable version for you.
Author: Amanda Formaro Ingredients Instructions Notes (Linkup closed) Paper Plate Scarecrow. Contributed by Leanne Guenther A simple paper plate craft to make a scarecrow face.
You can do this by cutting pieces from construction paper freehand or you can use the template I've provided. Materials: Printer and paperOR brown construction paper. yellow construction paper or yellow wool scissors, glue, black marker, paper plate, Optional: Beige or light pink paint Optional: wiggly eyes. Instructions: Optional: Paint the inside of the paper plate beige or light pink and let dry. Craft Templates: Close the template window after printing to return to this screen. Template (color) or (B&W) Printable version of these instructions.
Scarecrow Doorknob Hanger. Contributed by Leanne Guenther Young children can easily make this cut and paste craft, but even pre-teens through adults will enjoy creating this cute doorknob hanger. There's also a small hanger template for those who prefer a quicker craft -- this won't fit around a doorknob, but can hang on a drawer knob, closet knob, pushpin or the refrigerator.
Materials: glue or scotch tape, scissors, printer, paper, Something to color with (if making the B&W paper version). Learn to Draw a Scarecrow 1.