Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. For more info please see my disclosure policy.

Newspaper Activities Day 9: Hats

 

Welcome to Day 9 of our 10-day Newspaper Activities series.  Today’s activity is definitely right up imagination alley as with the use of newspaper you can be anything…a little dutch girl, a cowboy, or a president!  All it takes is a sheet of newspaper.

For today’s activity, I don’t have a step-by-step tutorial, mostly because this was a spur-of-the moment creation.  One day Peanut and I were pretend playing when I mentioned the idea of making hats.  Basically, in the end, she told me what she wanted to be and I folded, cut, stapled and scrunched newspaper to resemble what I best thought would represent that person’s hat.  The result is what you see below.  Who knows…with a little encouragement I don’t doubt some of your children can come up with some pretty spectacular hats of their own.  That said, here’s just a few ideas to get you started.
You could create a cowboy hat…

A stove top hat…

A party hat…
A dutch girl’s hat…
A fashionable hat fit for a lady…
And more.  The imagination is the limit.  Have fun!
Want some more ideas for newspaper hats?  Check out these tutorials:

Be sure to come back tomorrow for the largest newspaper creation yet!  Also, if you like this post be sure to check out all the other newspaper activities  in the 10 day Hopscotch series.  Thanks for stopping by!

Note:  This post is in conjunction with iHomeschool Network’s Hopscotch Blog Hop.  Join us October 15-26 for over 300 posts full of homeschooling activities, advice, Biblical encouragement, and much more! Be sure to visit the link below to see the full line up and enter for your chance to win some amazing prizes!  And then, don’t forget to come back tomorrow for some more Newspaper Fun!

Therefore take up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand firm.  Ephesians 6:13

 

Cornerstone Confessions
If you enjoyed your visit, enter your e-mail below to have Cornerstone Confessions sent right to your inbox. As part of the Cornerstone Confessions community, you will also gain access to 140+ FREE planner printables for 2015! So let's connect!

Comments

  1. says

    Hey…I remember making newspaper hats when I was a little girl, AND with my children too!!

    If you don’t have newspapers handy (because the news is read online) pick up reams of butcher paper as it works too. Works for HUGE drawing and artwork projects too!!

Trackbacks