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The beauty and bounty of the season is brought to life in this corn husk creation. Real corn stalks, leaves, or husks add a natural touch to this seasonal craft.
Using Crayola Crayons, draw an ear of corn on tan or gold construction paper. Cut it out using Crayola Scissors.
Fold the ear of corn in half, end to end. Cut three slits at the fold, each about about halfway to the edge.
Cut three long narrow strips from fall colors of construction paper.
Weave the three colored strips through the slits on the ear of corn. Glue the ends in place with a Crayola Glue Stick.
Write Harvest Thanks on your ear of corn. Draw crayon pictures of foods such as wheat, grapes, and pumpkins, or other things for which you are thankful.
With adult assistance, gather corn stalks, leaves, or husks and glue to your ear of corn. Or, make paper corn plant parts, cut out, and glue on.
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