|Letter P Crafts|
|Pepperoni Pizza Plate Craft
1)Paint paper plate tan to simulate the pizza crust and let dry.
2)Print out the pizza insides paper craft onto card stock.
3)Using a sponge and orangey-red craft paint create a saucy looking insert and
4)To create Mozilla cheese you can use cut up white pipe cleaners, shredded
white soap or twisted tissue paper and glue onto sauce card stock.
5)Create pepperoni with brown circle pieces of construction paper and glue.
6)Glue sauce card stock onto paper plate crust and whoa-la... a scrumptious
pepperoni pizza pie.
1)Wash medium sized potato and let dry.
2)First poke in four legs for the porcupine to stand on.
3)Give children a handful of tooth picks show them how to hold the potato securely
in their hand and gently push one tooth pick at a time.
4)Stand your porcupine up and glue on googley eye and button eye for a really cute
**Children should be supervised during this craft because they could easily poke themselves with the tooth picks. This craft is perfect for a center activity.
|Police Hat Paper Craft
1)Print out police hat.
2)Color hat blue and black.
3)Cut out and staple head strips to the side of the hat to fit the child's head.
Crayons-Blue & Black
|Puzzle Piece Picture Frame
1)Glue four tongue depressors together to form a frame.
2)Cut a piece of card board & construction paper the size of the picture frame.
3)Have children write "I Love You to Pieces!" on brightly colored construction
4)Gluechild's photo and puzzle pieces onto the tongue depressor frame.
5)After the frame is dry glue on a piece ofyarn to hang or a magnet.
|Puppy In my Pocket
1)Print out "Puppy in My Pocket" printable.
2)Color and cut out.
3)Fold construction paper into a pocket and glue the sides to create a pocket.
4)With black market draw a stitch line around the pocket.
4)Tuck puppy inside the pocket and glue "P" into puppy paws.
5)Punch 2 holes on the top of the pocket and put a piece of yarn through to hang.
1)Print out Peacock printable.
2)Color peacock pieces and cut out.
3)Add glitter to the peacock feather eyes.
4)Measure and cut out construction paper strips to fit child's head.
5)Glue the peacock head to the middle of the strip.
6)Glue peacock feather neasr the two ends of the headband.