A look at our Halloween



I was a queen, David a knight, Ender a dragon and Arora was a  a….. Any one want to guess?

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Jack-o-lantern jars

Here is another simple art project. Take a jar, wash it well. Take tape and make a face on the jar. Then have your preschooler paint the jar. When it is dry remove the tape and your face will be clear. You could place a tea light or battery powered candle in side.

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Cat on a recycled can

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First you will need a soup can or equivalent that has been washed and dried. Take a tape measure to measure the size of your can. Then cut out construction paper to cover the can. I used hot glue to make sure the paper would stick to the can.
Then we cut out ears and glued them on. We added some googley eye and pipe cleaner as whiskers. Then a mouth with teeth. On the back of the can we hot glued another pipe cleaner for a tail.
Let dry, then put on display.
Arora loved doing the project, Ender loves the finished product.