Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Cut & Paste Popped Corn On the Cob

      This simple little fall project is perfect for preschoolers. Teachers can download and print the templates that I have included below of a corn husk and cob. Transfer the patterns to heavy poster board to make stencils for young students to trace around. Select pale brown and yellow construction paper to create a corn cob like the one pictured on the right.
  • Give each student a number two soft lead pencil to trace around the stencils with.
  • Then they can cut out their husk and cob and paste the two together.
  • Next, give each child a small white glue bottle and a fist full of popped corn to attach onto their construction paper corn cob.
  • Let the project dry and pass around some additional popcorn for them to snack on!
Templates for a corn husk and a corn cob.

"This is a demo for the Farmer's Popcorn Cobs."

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2 comments:

  1. Thank you for this pattern. I used it for array corn in my class.

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