Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Crafts: G is for Green Grass

Letter G with green tissue paper

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While talking about letters, we create a very simple craft this spring. 



1. Gather all your materials. 
Supplies for craft - scissors, glue stick, paper

2. Trace the letter G onto a piece of paper or print out the letter G from an online worksheet. I wrote the following poem on their page: Green Grass Grows in the Garden. 

3. Cut out pieces of tissue paper or construction paper to glue onto the letter G for the grass. 

4. Glue on the pieces of tissue paper or construction paper onto the letter G. 

5. Display the completed project! 

Green Grass Letter G Craft

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