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Pumpkin Roll - Quilling a Fall Pumpkin

In this one time class, we will use our fine motor skills to roll and pinch strips of paper to create a quilled fall pumpkin
Heidi Stach
31 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 6 learners
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year olds
learners per class


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45 minute class

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Class Experience

The student will be able to improve their fine motor skills by practicing the art of quilling. The student will demonstrate individuality while creating unique quilling art.  The student will interact with the teacher and other students to brainstorm creative ideas while using this technique.  
I enjoy learning and trying new things. How do you know if you like it, until you try it? I've been teaching young learners for 17 years and now I want to teach you. I've learned that so many skills can be learned indirectly through games and crafts - character qualities such as independence, perseverance, and pride - physical skills such as a steady hand, dexterity, and self-control - and academic skills such as name it! It can be learned through fun. Let's try something new together!  
There is no required homework but the student may not finish the entire project during class time and may desire to keep working on their pumpkin outside of class.    
You will need to provide: - paper (cardstock or colored computer paper - you will need strips in orange, green, brown, black. The number of strips will depend on your project. I will have at least 15 orange strips and 6 of each of the other colors. Please prepare the strips before class by cutting multiple strips in the same width. You may choose 3mm (which is the typical width of quilling) or you can cut strips as wide as 1/2 inch that are much easier to manipulate for beginning quillers. - a 8.5x11 piece of paper that you will use to glue your coils and scrolls onto. (My pumpkin looks amazing on blue cardstock.) - an object in the shape of a pencil or something thinner (My favorite tool is a skewer, a small rod, a toothpick, a large unbent paperclip) - scissors - ruler - pencil - liquid glue (school glue is fine) - plastic lid - toothpick
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The student may need parental supervision if the student needs to cut paper. We will also be rolling strips of paper around objects that may be sharp as we use tools we find around the house. 


Heidi Stach
Lives in the United States
Never stop learning!
31 total reviews
54 completed classes

About Me

HI! I'm Heidi! I'm so excited to meet you!  I have a degree in Elementary Education with a minor in Early Childhood. I'm TESOL certified and I also became a National Board Certified Teacher in 2008.  I have had the most amazing experiences during... 
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