Celebrate Dad! Read-Aloud and Craft, Translucent Tissue Paper Pencil Jar (7-10)
In this one-time class, we will read, "Because Your Daddy Loves You," look at attentive animal fathers, then create a colorful pencil jar using tissue paper, glue and a jar as a gift for your father or special man in your life.
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1. We will discuss class expectations and introduce ourselves using our first names and tell what US state or country we live in. We will make sure everyone has their work area set up for a little crafty mess and all their materials collected. 2. I will show a variety of designs and color combinations on completed projects. 3. Students will choose their tissue paper colors and cut them into one inch squares. Smaller squares, or rectangles, are better for more intricate designs and larger...
Students will create a colorful pencil jar to give to their father or special man in their life. They will listen to and discuss stories about father figures. They will use their creativity to make a useful product.
Tissue paper At least 1 jar, label taken off, 8 oz. canning jars and pickle jars work great White school glue water Small container to mix glue with water Paint brush Sealer or Mod Podge to apply after tissue is dry (about 24 hours) "Placemat” a space with paper, foil or cloth to do the art project on
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Some students may require help cutting the tissue paper.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
27 total reviews
35 completed classes
Hi there! My name is Amy Foss. You may call me Ms. Amy. I am a patient, fun-loving teacher. I will be teaching all subjects for elementary students. I began teaching public school in 1996. I've taught kindergarten, first and second grades in the...