Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Key Craft

Hannah and I made a tin foil key this afternoon as one of our K activities.  Tin foil is fun to play with it crinkles, sounds strange, and is reflective.  So it was no surprise that Hannah thought it was fun, not only that but this activity involved glue which is always a crowd pleaser.

Glue, printout of a key (I found it here), and some cut up pieces of tin foil.

Flip your paper upside down and cover with glue.

Add your collage of tin foil.  This was Hannah's favorite part.
Hannah kept trying to stick down tin foil where there was no glue and then she got frustrated.
It was really cute to watch her "check" to find the sticky parts of the page.

Once your sheet is covered in tin foil flip it over and cut it out.
Hannah and her shiny new key.
Linked To:
Today at Play
No Time For Flash Cards
Living Life Intentionally
Homeschool Creations
Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas
Sun Scholars
ABC and 123


Preschool Math Games For Kids said...

Nice to see this kids doing craft..

Beth (www.livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com) said...

Very cute! Your daughter looks so proud of her key =-) Thanks for linking up to TGIF! See you next week,
Beth =-)

Charlotte said...

Wow, that's some key! Either goes to open a huge mansion or a gigantic car! Love it!!!

Georgie Bee said...

I didn't realize foil would glue...cool.. Thanks for sharing at Today at Play and don't forget to come back sometime as it's a year long link up!

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas said...

she is so cute! :) great craft for little hands. Thanks for sharing on the sunday showcase & hope to see you this week,


Katie said...

I thought you'd like to know that I pinned this craft and it has been repinned on Pinterest 1029 times. Lol. I'd call that a success! :)

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