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Shavuot Coloring Activity


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This Shavuot, have your kids brighten your walls with some flower power! Even the youngest ones will be able to get easy and beautiful results.  While you are cooking in the kitchen, keep the kids busy with this easy to do craft everyone can enjoy.

Materials you will need:

  • Crayons
  • Glue stick (glue will work too, but less mess with the glue stick)
  • 1 sheet of colored paper, 8×10
  • Scissors

1-Print the image above.  Then use crayons to color the attached template with fun patterns and colors. The first two petals are done for you, but try to come up with your own ideas for the others. (stars, hearts, squiggles, zig zags, swirls)

2- Carefully go around each petal with your scissors and cut the flower out of the paper.

3-Then, cut along the two straight lines and slice the flower into four sections.

4- Glue the flower pieces back together onto your colored sheet of construction paper. Leave spaces between each section to let the color show through.

5-Cut the flower out again from the construction paper, leaving a border of color as you cut.

6-Hang on the wall of your for Shavuot, and Chag Sameach!

Variation: If you are making these flowers with siblings, in step 3 have them trade flower sections with each other and recombine the pieces to make new and different flowers.

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About Ann Koffsky


The accomplished illustrator of more than 30 books for kids, Ann also teachers art to children at HANC from ages K-7 and will be teaching art this fall at Stern College. Art and its creation are a big part of Ann's mission in life! But she is firmly anti patchke-ing. Ann's crafting philosophy is simple: 1-Supplies should be cheap and readily available 2-Kids should be able to accomplish the craft with minimal --ideally NO help from an adult 3- Potential results should be eye catching and something kids can be proud of. Get more crafts from Ann and sign up to receive her free crafts and free coloring pages on her blog, Annkoffsky.com




One Response to Shavuot Coloring Activity

  1. avatar says: teacher23

    Love this activity for Mother’s Day craft

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