Umbrella Craft for Kids | Maple Leaf Learning Playhouse

The Maple Leaf Learning Playhouse Hey guys, let’s make an umbrella. OK? There are four different patterns but I think I will use the one with hearts on it, yeah! It’s super cute! Well, how many hearts are there? Let’s see. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen. Wow! Well, let’s color all the hearts red. Color the big ones. Seven of those. And color the little hearts. There are seven of those two. And the handles gray and red. And let’s color the rest of the umbrella. Wow, that looks great! Well, grab your scissors and let’s cut it out. When you cut this out make sure you cut it on the thick lines not the dotted lines. Otherwise it won’t go together properly. Yeah! Well, there’s the top. And the handle. Great, now we’re going to do some folding. Fold on all the lines. One Two Three Four Five Six And the last one, seven. Great, now grab your glue. And let’s glue it together. Wow, now put that off to the side. You can just glue the handle on like it is. Or if you want to make it stronger, you can use a straw. Yeah! Fold the top like this. Get your scissors and make a little cut down the middle. Great! Now, grab your straw. And cut it to size. And grab some tape. And let’s tape it on. Tape on the bottom. And a piece on top. Well, grab your glue. And we’re going to put some glue on the top. Like this. Yeah, and slide these pieces together like that. Great, now we can put it on the umbrella. Great, that’s cute. What other patterns are there? Let’s see. This one. And this one. Wow, that’s great! Hey, let’s sing a song about weather, OK? Yeah!

3 thoughts on “Umbrella Craft for Kids | Maple Leaf Learning Playhouse”

  1. Wow, Marty, you're very smart at arts and crafts. That means do you like arts and crafts? I like arts and crafts. They are so fun

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