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Bee Crafty Kids- Apple Basket

04
Oct

Welcome back to the Bee Crafty Kids link up that I am co-hosting with To The Moon and Back Look! We’re Learning and Monster’s Ed Homeschooling Academy.

We have had so much fun learning all about apples and making all sorts of apple crafts!  Here is another one we had fun doing:

Apple Basket Craft

This is almost everything you’ll need to make your apple basket.  I did forget green paper for the leaves on the apples.

Apple Basket Craft

Hunter glued his apples onto his paper.  I helped him glue his basket onto his apples.

Apple Basket Craft

Hailey wrote out a sign for how much her apples would cost.

Apple Basket Craft

The completed apple baskets.

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Bee Crafty Kids- Robin Craft

27
Sep

Welcome back to the Bee Crafty Kids link up that I am co-hosting with To The Moon and Back Look! We’re Learning and Monster’s Ed Homeschooling Academy.

We are using Road Trip USA this year to learn about United States geography.  The first state we studied was Connecticut.  The state bird for Connecticut is a robin, so I decided we should make a robin.

Robin Craft

First, Hailey and Hunter glued a branch shaped paper onto the blue construction paper.

Robin Craft

I cut up little pieces of brown construction paper and then crumpled it all up to look like a nest.  They glued the nests onto the branch.

Then they added the robin and some blue eggs.

Robin Craft

Our completed robins.

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Apple Life Cycle Craft

20
Sep

Welcome back to the Bee Crafty Kids link up that I am co-hosting with To The Moon and Back Look! We’re Learning and Monster’s Ed Homeschooling Academy.

We have been having lots of fun doing a unit study all about apples.  We made this super cute and easy apple life cycle craft.

Apple Poem Craft

 Hailey and Hunter each had a strip of paper.  First they glued an apple on.

Apple Poem Craft

Next I gave them a paper apple to rip and make it look like it had been eaten.

Apple Poem Craft

The 3rd step was to glue on some seeds.

Apple Poem Craft

Next they made a tree…

Apple Poem Craft

 and added some pom pom apples.

Apple Poem Craft

Finaly, we added this cute little poem:
Eat an apple,
save the core.
Plant the seeds,
and grow some more.

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Bee Crafty Kids- Cute Scarecrow

30
Aug

Welcome back to the Bee Crafty Kids link up that I am co-hosting with To The Moon and Back Look! We’re Learning and Monster’s Ed Homeschooling Academy.

We have been really busy this week and didn’t have time for a new craft.  So, I’m sharing an older craft with you that I think turned out super cute.

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Here’s what you’ll need:
scrapbook paper for his shirt
construction paper for his face, his buttons, his nose and the crows
part of a cardboard box for his hat and stake (we colored the stake black)
The green stuff for the grass is actually a few pieces cut off of a cheerleading pom-pom. (Although you could just use tissue paper).
His hair is a few little pieces I took off of the top of some Indian corn.

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Glue everything together.

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Adorable scarecrow

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