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Green Salad Craft




Our final activity for our "Fruits & Vegetables" week was this fun craft!
LB likes salad, but he usually doesn't like a whole lot of vegetables in it.
So this was a fun way to show him how pretty & colorful a salad can look when there are lots of veggies in it!

Supplies:
  • Construction paper - Green, white, yellow, orange, red, etc.
  • 1 piece of white cardstock
  • Marker
  • Glue

Prep Work:
  • Using different colors of paper, cut out small vegetable shapes. Here are some ideas:
    • orange - carrots
    • yellow - onions or banana peppers
    • green - celery
    • red - tomatoes or red peppers
    • white - mushrooms or onions 



  • Draw a plate shape on the white cardstock and glue it onto another piece of construction paper:




Craft Time!

  • Hand the green paper to your child and have them rip it! The ripped pieces will be the lettuce:



  •  Next, give them the glue and have them glue the pieces onto the plate shape:



  • Then place dots of glue all over the lettuce and have them put the vegetable pieces on.
  • Lastly, give them the glue and let them just squirt it all over the top. This is the salad dressing! :)


HAVE FUN!

Comments

Cindy deRosier said…
I'm the Editor of Fun Family Crafts and wanted to let you know that we have featured your salad project! You can see it here:

https://funfamilycrafts.com/green-salad-craft/

If you have other kid-friendly craft tutorials, we'd love for you to submit them. Thanks for a great project idea!

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