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    • Easter Crafts for Children
    • • Cut a section of an empty egg carton. However many sections you have is howChicks many chicks you will make. Three in a row looks pretty cute! Put some glue in the bottom of each egg carton section and then put a large, spring-colored pompom on the glue in the egg carton. Next, using googly eyes and craft foam, add eyes and a beak to the chicks. Turns out very cute!
    • Keepsake • Use a pin to poke a hole in eggs both ends of an egg. Blow the insides out and discard. Rinse egg as well as you can. Next, use tissue paper squares in spring colors and glue them onto the egg shell. Use extra glue on top of the tissue paper so that it sticks and hardens. These turn out beautifully and will last a long time!
    • Paper Plate • Use a plain paper plate. Turn itEaster upside down and decorate itBonnet using dried or plastic flowers, ribbons, paint, glitter, or anything else you can find. Once everything on it has dried, use a hole puncher to punch one hole in each side of the plate and insert a ribbon on each side. Put the plate on childs head and use the ribbon to tie it under the childs chin. This is beautiful and can be mostly all done by the child (except for the ribbon).
    • • Using a plastic headband (you can usually purchase these at the dollar store and often you can get a pack of 5 for $1) you can makeBunny Ears bunny ears for your child to wear. You will also need craft foam and pipe cleaners. Cut 4 bunny ears out of craft foam. You can use any color. Take one bunny ear and smear with glue. Put a pipe cleaner on top of the glue going from the top of the ear and sticking out the bottom. Add more glue on top of the pipe cleaner and put a second bunny ear on top. You may wish to let this dry under a heavy book or you can clamp it together using binder clips. Make the second ear in the same way. Once the ears are COMPLETELY dry, wrap the part of the pipe cleaner that is sticking out around the headband and you have bunny ears to wear!
    • Easter Egg • Give each child a piece of clear contact paper and tissue paperSuncatcher squares. With the sticky side up, s the children can now place their tissue paper squares all over the contact paper. When the child is finished, place a second piece of clear contact paper on top of the tissue paper so none will come loose and then trim the work into the shape of an egg. Use a hole puncher to punch a hole in the top of the egg and put some string through it to hang it. Hang these in the windows for a colorful decoration.
    • Easter Egg • Give each child a piece of clear contact paper and tissue paperSuncatcher squares. With the sticky side up, s the children can now place their tissue paper squares all over the contact paper. When the child is finished, place a second piece of clear contact paper on top of the tissue paper so none will come loose and then trim the work into the shape of an egg. Use a hole puncher to punch a hole in the top of the egg and put some string through it to hang it. Hang these in the windows for a colorful decoration.