Easy Jack-O-Lantern Craft

The boys have been asking to do a Halloween craft. My oldest had plenty of ideas, but the craft supply list he gave seemed like a disaster waiting to happen. Instead, I came up with an easy craft that didn't require pulling everything out of the craft supply cabinets.

Supplies Needed: Black tissue paper, print out of jack-o-lantern, crayons, and Elmer's glue.

The boys colored the jack-o-lantern first.

Then they tore the black tissue paper into small pieces (about the size of their hand). After wadding up the tissue paper, they would use a dot of Elmer's glue to glue the tissue paper to the black eyes, nose, and mouth. They held the tissue paper on the glue for a count of ten. It was a great counting exercise.

The craft was extremely easy, and the boys loved tearing and gluing the tissue paper. 

Pierce was proud of his jack-o-lantern.

What crafts do you make for Halloween? 


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