Celebrate Thanksgiving or fall with this colorful corn craft. It’s great for preschool, kindergarten and older children. I was inspired by this rainbow-corn harvest craft on Instagram. It looked so cool and I thought it would be a fun activity for my kids. Check out all the details below!
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Supplies for Colorful Corn Craft
- White cardstock
- Hot glue gun with glue sticks
- Brown lunch bag
- Watercolor paint
- Corn template
- First, you will need to download the corn template and print it on white cardstock. Use the scissors to cut it out.
- Next, use a hot glue gun to make a grid line pattern on the corn. Set aside and allow it to dry.
- Now it’s time to paint your corn! Let your child paint the individual “kernels” with a choice of any color.
- Finally, tear long strips from the brown lunch bag to make the corn husks. Tape or glue the strips to the colorful corn.
I love the way these colorful corns turned out. Perfect craft to keep the kids busy while you’re preparing a Thanksgiving meal. Your child will be able to get creative and use any colors for their corn.
I had the opportunity to share this colorful corn craft with the viewers of Great Day Live Tampa Bay. The segment was broadcast LIVE at the studio. I had the pleasure of working with hosts, Java and Janelle. Visit wtsp.com to view the segment.
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