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Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Indian (Native American) Shaker Craft

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This is a fun and noisy shaker that is supposed to represent an ear of corn to compliment a lesson on Native Americans.

Materials:

  • plastic drink bottle (pet bottle) with lid
  • permanent markers of various colors, yellow, red, brown, green
  • raw popping corn
  • red and yellow craft tissue paper
  • glue

Directions:

  1. Decorate the outside of a plastic drink bottle with markers with Native American colors.
  2. Sandwich a piece of yellow and red tissue paper and cut strips along one side.
  3. Apply glue around the bottom of the bottle and glue on the tissue paper one and then another.
  4. Fill the bottle with enough popcorn to cover he bottom and screw on the lid.
  5. Make noise!
 

  




1 comment:

  1. I don't think Native Americans made these...

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