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Spring Day Project Using Stickers - second example of grass and sticker projectSpring brings green grass, beautiful flowers, and a variety of insects. It's fun for kids to document the season's changes with different crafts. One of the easiest, simply requires construction paper, stickers, glue, and scissors! My pre-k classes loved to complete this craft each year. Each student's work was unique and all pieces turned out to represent a perfect spring day!

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Total Time: 30 minutes

Yield: 2 Spring Scenes

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Spring Day Project Using Stickers - supplies
 

Steps:

  1. Cut grass from both shades of the green construction paper. Make the blades 3+ inches long so the scene will stand out more. Glue the bottom of the grass pieces onto the blue paper, overlapping the shades of green.
  2. Spring Day Project Using Stickers - cut tall grass blades from both shades of paper and glue to blue piece
     
  3. Add flower and insect stickers in the grass and sky! Don't forget to let some flowers or bugs peek from behind the blades!
  4. Spring Day Project Using Stickers - add bug and flower stickers
     
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