Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Dry-Erase Pumpkin Face




I got this idea from No Time for Flash Cards

All you do is:
  • Cut out a pumpkin or 2 with orange paper.
  • Add a stem.
  • Laminate it, or put it in a sheet protector.
  • And draw different pumpkin faces on it with a dry-erase marker!


So easy and a lot of fun. It's also a good way to practice drawing shapes. You could even make a game of it where you roll a dice and draw that shape for the eyes, another for the nose, etc.
:)

5 comments :

Brenna said...

Good idea to add to the art center. I might have to try this. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

I use the lamination paper that I get at the beginning and end of the items I am laminating for just this type of activity! After cutting the items out, I cut paper sized sheets out of the left over laminate to put over sheets that I have written the child's name, or cut outs that the children can decorate with dry erase markers on the laminate paper. This way, I'm not wasting the extra lamination paper!

pink and green mama MaryLea said...

So cute, I'm turning on my laminator now! : )
"C" will be thrilled when I pick her up from preschool today. Also sharing on my facebook page!

Fondly,
pink and green mama
MaryLea

Aimee from Classified: Mom said...

This is great! Thank you for sharing your ideas with us on The Sunday Showcase

j. wilson said...

this one too! love it! i've done something similar but this is oodles cuter.