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Humpty Directional Art


This activity is not designed to be used as an art activity.  It is designed to be a listening activity that features art.




To make Humpty, you will need the following list of construction paper for each child.

Body - White- 17" x 12"
Pants -  Blue-12" x 8"
Legs - White 2 1/4" x 9"
Shoes - Cut 2 - Black 3" x 4 1/2"
Buckle - Yellow - 3 1/2" x 3 1/2"  -  Black - 2" x 2"
Belt - Black - 12" x 2 1/4"
Eyes - Black - 3" x 1 1/2"
Mouth - Red - 3 3/4" x 3/4"
Hands - Red - Trace Child's Hands
 

                
 Glue the blue to the white as shown.    
Have the children round the edges to make an oval.
Glue the black belt piece to the middle of the paper on top of the blue pants.  
Glue the yellow buckle piece to the middle of the belt.
Glue the small black buckle piece to the middle of the yellow piece.
Fold the leg piece in half.  Cut on the fold line.  Glue legs to body.
For the shoes, round the edge of one corner.  Glue to leg.
Repeat for the other shoe.
For the mouth, round two corners off.  Glue in place.
For the eyes, fold in half.  Cut on fold.  Round all of the corners and glue in place.
For the hands give each child a piece of construction paper.
Trace their hands.  Cut them out and glue on.

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