ART TIME! Thanksgiving is almost here and I wanted to have G make a few cute decorations to gift to our family members for Thanksgiving.
I was a little over the paper plate turkey this year (he's cute but she already made 2 of those at pre-school), so I headed to Pinterest to steal, er...get inspired for some ideas.
We settled on this super cute Indian corn project and I had everything on hand!
Here's what you need:
Cut out a corn shape from the card stock and have your child make dots of glue. Then they place a cheerio on each glue dot. Trace 2 leaves and glue on the back. Ta da!!!
Easy, fun, takes very little prep and keeps the tiny one occupied for a while! (Although there may have been 1 or 2 glue Cheerios consumed - ick.)
Colleen is a former Kindergarten teacher and early childhood educator turned stay-at-home mommy. She's an educational consultant with Usborne Books & More and has a passion for literacy and early childhood education! She enjoys reading and spending time with her toddler, G.
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