Printable Cornucopia Craft

Colorful cut and past cornucopia.

Our Printable Cornucopia can be printed in color for a quick cut and paste activity or in black and white  to be colored by the children. Set up a separate area for the kids to work on this craft while you are putting final touches on the Thanksgiving feast. Your cornucopia will make a wonderful bulletin board or refrigerator decoration.

Trivia:

The cornucopia is also know as a Horn of Plenty and is often filled in thankfulness with fruits and vegetables from an abundant harvest. Source: BRIGHT HUB EDUCATION = A Look Into Cornucopia History

Supplies
  • Printer (color optional)
  • Crayons, markers, colored pencils
  • Scissors
  • Glue Sticks
  • Exacto knife if being used by responsible adult
Instructions
  1. Click on Printables and print out either the color or the black and white patterns. Cut out and color if you wish.
  2. I cut around three quarters of the inside rim of the cornucopia so the vegetables could be partially slid in to make it look like they were inside the basket.
  3. Using glue stick position the vegetables to make your fall harvest tumble out. Overlapping the vegetables makes it more interesting. Use the photo as a reference or create your own.
Patterns, Templates and Printables

Click on a pattern to open it in a new window to print

 

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6 thoughts on “Printable Cornucopia Craft”

  1. Darren says:

    Nice Idea. I will defiantly try.

  2. Mary says:

    Thanks thiese will help keep the young ones busy om thanksgiving

  3. Lisa says:

    Thanks, my wee ones will love doing theses, and will keep them busy

  4. Theresa Bose says:

    I’ll go this with my kids!

  5. Disgruntled English Teacher says:

    Do any of you ever proofread your comments? All 4 (4/4) of the above posts / comments have grammar and/or usage errors.
    For example, are you going to defiantly try this with your kids” or will you DEFINITELY try this with your kids? Hmm? Don’t rely on spellcheck; it often autocorrects definitely to “defiantly.” This is the worst one,
    “Thanks thiese will help keep the young ones busy om thanksgiving.” I presume you mean, THESE will … on Thanksgiving.” (capitalize, national holiday) ?
    And another, “Thanks, my wee ones will love doing theses …” Are they writing more than one Master’s thesis (plural = theses), or they will love doing THESE? “I’ll go this with my kids.” DO by chance?
    Is this what this over-digitalized generation has come to? You’re too busy being on social media, texting, etc. to LEARN standard writing conventions (let alone CARE that you’re wrong) about how “dumb-downed” this world is becoming? How can we expect the kids to become good spellers / writers / readers and thinkers when their parents can’t even spell, proofread or edit their work?

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