We had fun this week making ghost craft projects. We also worked on a big project inspired by this I saw on a blog I love. But we’ll share that next week, after the Halloween hype is over. Here are our ghosts!
Cotton Ball Ghost
Sammi and Elli both had fun with this project. I downloaded this cute ghost here then printed it in two sizes. For Sammi I gave her the bigger ghost. I let her put the glue on her ghost picture and then put the cotton balls on the picture. Sammi finished hers off with googly eyes. She also dumped some glue on Elli’s ghost and then spread it around.
For Elli I handed her cotton balls one at a time and told her to put them on the ghost. I tapped my finger on different places on the ghost to help her spread them out. She giggled and smiled the whole time. It was a fun activity.
We finally made it to the preschool storytime program at the Middlesboro Library (where I do the laptime program) and were treated to this treasure of a craft. This was such a fun project and Sammi was able to do it all on her own, which makes it a success in her eyes 🙂
We used thin glue dots to attach the arms and legs to the back side of the ghost. Those glue dots also worked wonderfully to accessorize the legs with shoes, the ghost with eyes and add the word “BOO.” I loved the glue dots so much I ran out and bought some for our projects at home.