Crazy Mixed Up Face Craft
Give the kids these pictures and turn them loose with a pair of scissors and watch the Crazy Mixed Up Faces they create. They will be hysterical!
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- White Paper
- Color Printer
- Print out one set of pictures to be cut up and one to use as the base for this Crazy Mixed Up Face Craft.
- Use a ruler to show the kids how to draw straight lines to cut out a strip for the eyes and nose and another for the mouth.
- Have them mix and match the different strips on the basic faces. Or if you prefer, they can lay the individual strips down like we did in the project picture. That’s up to you.
It’s as easy as that! Let the fun begin! You’ll find yourself joining them with gales of laughter. When they’ve had their fun with that suggest they try it at home with magazines finding faces approximately the same size and not worrying too much about if the fit exactly.
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