Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Pink and Green Mama Crafts: Halloween Fun eBook




Halloween is just around the corner so it's time to get crafty
and have some Halloween fun
with my Halloween FUN 
PDF Lesson Plan e-Book!
Now you can create your own spooky masterpieces
at home (or in your classroom!)


11 Complete Art Lessons and Activities
in a 57-page PDF Formatted
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*Complete Supply Lists
* Full-Color Photos of Actual Student Work
* Detailed Step-by-Step Photo Directions
*Printable Full-Size Templates


This packet includes my two 
previous Halloween e-books,
Halloween Stained Glass Templates
and Spider Web (paper plate)Weaving as a bonus!

Halloween Stained Glass packet
with 8 full-size templates and... 

Halloween Spider Web Weaving Packet
with step-by-step full color instructions.


These art lessons and activities can be done
on a one-on-one basis with your own child
or in a large group/classroom setting with several children. 

Great for class parties, 
Scouts, and Sunday School too! 


I've lead small groups of 3-4 year olds through all of these lessons 
(with assistance from their parents)
as well as groups of 5-10 year olds in my art classroom and art camp classes. 


You can do several lessons at once, like a camp experience;
but I recommend spreading them out over several days/weeks
during the month of October  to build up the excitement to Halloween!

Use this e-book curriculum
in whatever way works best for your schedule. 

Many of the supplies for these projects
will come from your own art and craft stash,
your kitchen, or recycling bin.

The PDF e-book is designed to be printed out
(I recommend using card stock paper and assembling it in a binder)
or you can read it directly from  your own home or classroom computer screen.

This 57-page Halloween 
Arts and Crafts Lesson e-Book
is best suited for elementary aged children (ages 5-11)
but can also be used with preschoolers (ages 3-4)


This $10.00 Halloween Crafts e-Book includes
11 complete Art Lessons and Activities
featuring 2 of my previous Halloween e-books,
3 of my most popular Halloween Craft lessons,
and 6 brand new
(never published on my blog)
Halloween Crafts and Activities.
To purchase the PDF:
Please click on the Pay Pal button below.
After I receive a confirmation email from Pay Pal,
I will email you an easy-to-print PDF and you'll be ready for some Halloween Fun!
(Make sure to keep an eye on your junk mail folder for a Pink and Green email)
I will send your order as soon as possible, and always within 24 hours!

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These lesson plans are copyrighted by MaryLea Harris (pink and green mama)
they are intended for personal or classroom use, not for re-sale or reproduction. 
Thank you!


Boo! Happy Crafting!! 

fondly,
pink and green mama

6 comments:

Sippy Cup Central Mom said...

Fantastic! Karen
Sippy Cup Central Mom

Amy said...

This looks great but my kids are only 20 months and 2 1/2. Are these activities to old for them? What art projects do you recommend for this age group?

pink and green mama MaryLea said...

Hi Amy,

Your kids would be able to do some of the activities with your help. They would enjoy the halloween sensory box, the eye spy rice bottle, the Not-So-Scary play-doh monsters (and playing with home made play doh in general) and they might even enjoy blowing paint with a straw for the Spooky Trees. They would have to wait another year or two for some of the other projects.
This age is all about sensory experiences rather than the final product.

So I would whip up a batch of my apple or pumpkin playdoh, explore different seasons with thematic sensory boxes, finger paint with vanilla pudding plus food coloring (red and yellow - to make orange) and collage -- gluing down tissue paper/magazine pictures of from halloween costume advertisements, gardening catalogs cut up, etc.

Fondly,
MaryLea

Paperlicious Girl said...

So much fun stuff! Thank you!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

What a great resource! It looks like it could fill a whole month of crafts.

jen at paintcutpaste.com said...

i'm not sure if this is how you did it or what you intended, but that little purple dude at the bottom of your post totally inspired us... here are the monster magnets we made recently - props to you, marylea! thank you and happy halloween season! boo!

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