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1- First mark a line with the felt tip pen to make the basket hanger and the roof of the house.
2.-Cut out the pieces , put glue all over the house and wrap the house with the brown paper.
3-Cut out the brown paper left overs , cover the “house” and stapple the hanger.
4-Colour the template and cut out the pieces.
4- Stick the different pieces on the house.
Two small windows, a big door, and the Easter rabbit at the back.
Now you can fill you basket with chocolates¡
1-First we “colour” the cotton mixing some paint and water.
2- Let it dry on a heating radiator (this will take till next day).
3- Then, take two pieces of cotton, a little bit of orange paper , two sticker eyes and an empty egg from a “surprise” chocolate egg.
3.Make two balls with cotton (a small one for the head and a big one for the body).Stick eyes and beak on the small one. Glue “head an body together..
4.Put your “chicken” into the empty egg.
2- Colour the template as you like (we coloured ears in pink, nose in black and eyes in blue).
3-Cut out the template pieces.
4. Glue the pieces on the paper dish.
nose … eyes…
ears… and teeth.
5. Draw some wiskers and here you´ve got your “Easter bunny”.
1. Use a template to cut out a dress.
2. Put some glue to the edge of a dress.
3. Paste the dress.
4. Take one plastic spoon and a piece of wire to connect the dress with the spoon.
5. Draw the face.
6. Use a piece of wool and glue to make hair.
Here they are – ready to play
We tried the spoongirl in Spain too.
1-Cut out the “dove”template from the worsheet.
2-Trace it on the tray with permanent markers.
2-Cut or punch the pieces from the tray.
3-Cut or punch a slit in the body centre.
4-Push the wings through the slit until half way.
5. Here you´ve got your dove. Now you can decorate it with wiggly eyes, feathers…to make another different birds.