Title: Stained glass sun catchers Summary: Paper plate sun catchers
Kid Talents: Arts-n-crafts
Kid Skills:
Physical: small motor,levels of activity Social:
Emotional: patience Cognitive: imagination,spacial concepts,relationships of objects,observations,creative thinking,creative expression
Objectives: Children put tissue paper onto contact paper. Materials: 6 inch paper plates tissue paper string or ribbon contact paper hole punch scissors and exacto knife
Submitter: Carolyn Kletnieks Date created: 2001-08-20 23:12:14
Modifier: Date modified: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
Instructions: Cut the center out of 6 inch paper plates…follow the line pressed into the plate and leave the edge of the plate intact. An exacto knife works best for this and you can cut several plates at a time! (Use the centers for another project) Cut colors of tissue paper into small pieces (square, triangles, and rectangles). Cut clear contact paper into 4-inch squares. Peel the backing paper off the contact paper and put a piece of contact paper onto the back of a cut paper plate. Make sure you cover the plate opening with the contact paper. Have kids place tissue paper onto the sticky plastic. Punch a hole at the top of the plate. Tie a string and hang the sun catcher in the window.
Comments: Cutting the centers out of the plates needs to be done by an adult!!!!

9.11. 2001
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