Introduction: Toddler Veggie Craft - Peapod Pal

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Fun and fast!

We did this as part of Veggie Storytime at our library, and the kids loved painting and then putting together their little friends!

Step 1: Start With a Paper Plate.

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We cut these 6' plates down to about 4" for the kids.

Step 2: Assemble the Plate and Your "peas"

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We used green pom-poms of different sizes and two different colors, because it's what we had. I have seen others use play-doh or wadded up construction paper, but they really don't look as nice.

Step 3: Paint the "pea Pod"

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Have the kids paint their pea pods. We used green acrylic paint. They did a good job staying relatively clean.

We had a hair dryer for drying the paint (I did forget about drying time!)

Step 4: Ta-Da!

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Glue wiggly eyes on the peas ( we did just one), glue inside the pod (glue sticks), and fold over and put a staple on each end to help retain the peas.

We also ate carrots and peapods - that's not her tongue!

Total time -a bout 15 minutes ( 3-4 year olds with parental help!)


artworker (author)2014-10-15

Fun activity for the weekend!

seamster (author)2014-10-15

Great craft for kids. Very cute!

cv66seabear (author)seamster2014-10-15

Thanks! We had so much fun, I thought I'd share.

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