Children are always very happy.. a nice coloring page colors. But it's even more fun if you can make something out of it. An Indian cage was an idea of what I found somewhere. We made our own version with the designs of our own:
@De Craft Teacher Ede . The idea is that you make a headdress with feathers. This headdress consists of a band that you color and then put together with staples. The feathers are also colored and cut out and fixed on the headdress. That's how you look like a real Indian! You can do this in a theme of #Indianen . But at a party this is probably also a very nice idea. You can color the headdresses, with chalk, paint, marker, in short, whatever you have in your craft cabinet. And when the headdress is ready, I'm sure you'll take a picture that you share with us. Then you come into our own Indian Headdress Gallery... a real honor, don't you think? You gonna get to work too?
Just the following:
Please note, this color and cut plates iscopyright (property right)so emphasis and the color and cutting plates post on the Internet (Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, websites, etc) is really forbidden! Of course, this applies to all images, photographs, drawings etc. that are on the internet. However, we would like to emphasise once again that placing these worksheets on the internet is a criminal offence...
Sharing the link (to this Yoors page) is of course always possible!
You first save this color and cut plates in a folder of your computer. From that you can use the color-cut plates to go busyn!
You first save this color and cut plates in a folder of your computer. From that you can print the color cut plates!
Host parentIneke van der Lindeit seemed very nice to make these Indians headdresses with the kids. It was actively colored by the children and as you can see, different ages participated in it!
The children had the choice of a large suitcase from Crayola which contains everything: crayons, markers, crayons... handy with a group of children!
No feather or headdress band is the same, so everyone chooses their own taste!
The children ofJeannette Swarts-Nielsenhave been busy too. Through this version we were inspired. So you can also attach this kind of feathers to it.
And if you put on your Indian headdress, you will of course also make the sound of an Indian!
Some nice Indian songs to dance with your homemade Indian Headdress!
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