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Thursday, April 16, 2009

Poppin' Good Flowers

One of our Pre-K classes made these delicious flower creations. They look really easy. I wasn't there, but I'm sure some bellies got full along the way.

You will need:

Popcorn
construction paper
crayon
glue

Pop the popcorn. Let the children draw stems on the paper. Add lots of glue where a flower will go, and add the popcorn. The look as good as they smell.

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3 comments:

Unknown said...

They look great!
We make Bluebonnets with popcorn during Texas History Month. We dye the popcorn blue using powdered tempera. We have to be on the lookout for blue mouths, though. :)

melinda said...

my son just saw the popcorn pics and said, "thats cool!"

we will do this activity soon!

thank you!!:), Trish

Katherine Marie! said...

I love this!!! I'm a huge popcorn fan--- I even dressed my son up as a box of popcorn for Halloween--- we have to try this. THANKS for sharing!!!!!!