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Grade: Pre-School
Subject: other

#4631. Making a windstock

other, level: Pre-School
Posted Sat Nov 10 16:17:17 PST 2012 by hannan (hannan).
Materials Required: Colored tissue paper, Chenille stem (pipe cleaner), Yarn or string, Child-safe scissors, Tape or glu

Windsocks are used to determine the wind direction and wind speed. Your preschooler can create a simple windsock using a colorful piece of tissue paper, a chenille stem, and yarn. This project is also a wonderful opportunity to have your child reinforce fine-motor skills by cutting and folding the tissue paper as well as practice following directions to produce a completed project.