Acorn Craft With Writing Prompts/Pages
There are two different ways to make the acorn craftivity.
-Print a black and white page that has all of the pieces to make the acorn on it or each student and have them color and assemble the acorn.
-Print each of the parts pages on the corresponding color paper accounting for how many students you have, and hand out the parts to the students to cut and assemble.
After the craft is assembled, the students will need a long piece of construction paper to glue on their acorn and writing page of your choice. They look adorable displayed in the classroom!
There are 3 writing prompt pages included along with both a writing paper option along with regular a regular lined version.
I’ve also included an additional blank sheet in case the students need to staple an an additional page for writing
-My favorite thing about fall
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