Fall is in the air and there are scarecrows everywhere. Scarecrows are a fun symbol of the harvest season. Children enjoy seeing all the different kinds of scarecrows; silly, scary, funny, and even cute.
This easy scarecrow art project gives kids the opportunity to show their creativity and have fun creating a scarecrow picture. Their delightful pictures can be displayed on a bulletin board or anywhere in your classroom.
Give each student a 12 X 18 piece of white or beige construction paper, pencil, colored markers, and crayons.
Have the students draw a fall or autumn setting for their scarecrow.
The scarecrow parts include the hat, head, shirt, pants, and boots. The pages can be copied on tag paper, cut out, and then used as tracing patterns or they can be copied on colored or white construction paper for the students to color, cut out, and glue together.
Have your students look carefully at their scarecrow picture and then answer the writing prompt: My Scarecrow’s Job. Describe where your scarecrow lives. What is his/her job?
There are two types of writing lines, primary and standard lined.
Tape or glue the writing prompt to the scarecrow art and then you can hang them on a bulletin board and title it: Scarecrow Fun! Or hang them anywhere in your classroom.
Teaching Tips and samples are included. This download includes 10 pages plus the cover.
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