Use this great mask project to encourage students to recall story details and reenact their favorite tales!
- Westcott 5” Kids scissors
- 9" paper plate
- hole puncher
- elastic thread
- paper scraps
- crayons or markers
Hint: Don't have elastic thread on hand? Glue a craft stick to the mask instead!
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Cut the center from the paper plate to make a mask. Punch a hole in either side of the mask.
With help from your teacher, size the elastic thread to fit around your head. Cut the thread and tie it through each hole in the mask.
Using the paper, scissors, and crayons, decorate the mask to look like a character from the story
Adult supervision is recommended when children use scissors.
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