First of all, the idea is from Jessica Ehlers. Color the plasic cup with Sharpie markers.
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First of all, the idea is from Jessica Ehlers. THANK YOU! Color the plasic cup with Sharpie markers. From 2011-12-13 From 2011-12-13 E...
How to Make Solo Cups Ornaments for just a few $$$. Great classroom craft! Once the cups are melted, students can decorate them with almost anything. See blog for more info. TeachingIdeas4U by Amy Mezni
Materials: Clear plastic short solo cups & fine point sharpies Instructions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place cups, right side up, on foil-lined baking pan in the oven and watch them. They will slump in about minutes.
These are done with Solo plastic cups, and colored with Sharpies. Cups are a size 6 or Hard plastic or softer plastic cups work. Put in toaster oven on Broil. KIDS LOVED IT! (This worked for year olds) Harmon Welch
DIY: colorful discs for the light table in preschool
Christmas gift Took pictures of the kids making sure they took up only half the frame. Glued clear glitter to the bottom of the ornament, glued the cut out child in then poured more loose glitter in before closing.
Kandinsky inspired discs - color clear plastic cups with Sharpies, then melt gently in a 250 oven. Could also bend while pliable for a Chihuly effect. From Arts for Life. I personally would designate a toaster oven just for these crafts.