This is a classic craft that never loses its appeal (my 9 year old
still likes making one every now and then).
two paper plates.
hole punch and string/wool
dried pasta, beans, sand, rocks or something like that
Optional: stickers, paint, markers, construction paper, etc to
Decorate outside of paper plates as desired. Kaitlyn has
always loved painting paper plates!
Fill one plate about 1/4 or less of the way full of dried pasta or beans (or
Put the other plate over the first and staple around the edge (about
Punch holes all the way
around the plates (we punched 2 holes between each set of staples to make 8 holes in total).
Lace the plates together with string or wool -- Kaitlyn laced hers
all the way around in one direction and then took a second piece of
wool and laced it in the other direction to make her fancy pattern --
the children can do it however they like!