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Create a Colorful Unicorn With Shaving Cream & Get Your Very Own Unicorn Name
For this class, learners will get their very own unicorn name by using a chart provided by the teacher. Then, we will use a unicorn cut out to create a unique piece of art using shaving cream!
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In this fun class, learners will receive a very special "unicorn name" by using the first letter of their name and the month of their birthday. One student at a time, we will use a chart to find their unicorn name. We will practice introducing ourselves as our special unicorn name. Then, we will begin our craft. Students will need a cookie sheet (or something similar) to squirt the shaving cream on. This will make cleanup much easier! They will also need *foam* shaving cream (not gel) and...
Students will practice identifying the first letter of their name and their birth month. Shaving cream drawing and letters will provide them sensory integration and they will finish with a fun, colorful unicorn!
1 file available upon enrollmentThe following materials are required to complete the craft: -Baking sheet (cookie sheet/oven tray) or something similar students can old up to show the teacher -Foam Shaving Cream (Barbesol or something similar) -Food coloring (droppers are the easiest- 1 color is fine, several colors are great!) -Towel or paper towels -Teacher Provided printable or plain white printer paper -Toothpick for swirling colors
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental guidance is suggested as shaving cream is messy and food coloring can stain their clothing. In addition, a tooth pick could become dangerous if not used appropriately. Depending on your student, parents may want to stand quietly off camera to help guide their child and assist in the craft as needed. Students should have access to a towel or paper towels to wipe their hands clean.
The teacher will provide a printable for parents before the class begins for the craft but a plain sheet of printer paper will suffice also. Please prepare your learner to tell the teacher their birth month if they do not know it.
ShelleyExperienced Educator & Cheer Coach
49 total reviews
59 completed classes
Hello! My name is Shelley and I live in Florida. I'm excited to offer unique classes for the students here on Outschool. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Special Education & a Master's Degree in Instructional Technology & Media Literacy, both from...