Yesterday my son had a little Halloween party at his church preschool. The room mom did a great job of putting together a fall activity that I thought was perfect for preschoolers or even kindergartners. The finished product turned out so cute, so I thought I would share. It was a little water bottle jack-o-lantern. It was made using a small water bottle (the more rounded kind), a piece of orange construction paper, some black face pieces that were already cut out, and a green cap for the top. All the kids really had to do was tear the paper into small pieces, kind of give them a crumpled look, and stick them on the bottle. Once the bottle was filled up, they screwed the top on and stuck the eyes and mouth on. Those pieces had little sticky pads on the back which worked well. The craft was such a great idea for little hands. Here are some pictures.
In addition to the fun water bottle jack-o-lantern craft, they enjoyed a few fall themed treats. One was rice krispy candy corn on a stick. The other were cute little acorns. The acorns were so cute and would be fun for any adult to serve at a party too. They were made using a Hershey Kiss, a small Vanilla Wafer, melted chocolate to stick everything together, and top it off with a small peanut butter chip. Adorable!! Here are some pics to share.
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