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G is for Ghost
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Activity: Ghost Mini-Winsock Craft Ages 3+
The craft for this activity is a simple
and printable ghost mini-windsock. The main skills to practice with the craft are:
* Following a set of five instructions or steps
* Scissor cutting skills.
* Recognizing different lines: solid, dashed and dotted lines.
* Shapes > identifying ovals > eyes and mouth of the ghost
* Colors > identifying white and black
Print template to standard white paper. Children need a scissors, glue
stick or tape.
Discuss what is a dashed, dotted and solid line and identify these
in the template.
Tell the children they are going follow steps to make a fun ghost
Step #1: Cutting the handle for the windsock
> Cut a strip of paper along the long
side of the template. This paper strip
will be used to make a handle. Set aside to attach later.
Adult should help with this step.
Step #2: Cut close to the dashed line, all around the
Step #3: Cut over the dotted lines. Stop where
the dotted line ends. After this step, children can add glitter
glue to the template, wait to dry and continue to step #4.
Step #4: Apply glue to area marked with a upper case
letter G and affix to the underside of lower case letter g.
The word ghost, starts with letter g. Demonstrate how
this is done.
Step #5: Help children attach the handle to the
undersides of the windsock.
Good JOB, the ghost is ready!
Activity: Alphabet Letter G is for Ghost
This is an opportunity to practice letter G (hard G sound) and present it as part of
a five-day program with with various printable activities.
coloring > Ghost
Online coloring and print off line. Review other ghost theme
coloring pages in the materials column.
Mini Windsock Craft
features are on both sides of the windsock
stick or tape.