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Everyone will have fun making a witch at your next Trick-or-Treat party. They're great for Hallow-wonderful games!
Work by yourself, with a partner, or in teams to create several one-of-a-kind witches, each dressed in a different color.
To make the witch's face: Use Crayola® Scissors to cut colored construction paper to fit around the top third of an oatmeal container or other large, round box. With Crayola Metallic FX Crayons, draw the witch's face on the paper. Attach the paper to the box with a Crayola Glue Stick.
To make the witch's dress: Cut colored construction paper to fit around the bottom two-thirds of the oatmeal container. Use Metallic FX Crayons to draw designs on the dress. Glue the dress to the box.
To make the witch's hair: Cut long, thin strips of colored construction paper. Glue them around the top of the oatmeal container. Bend the hair down over the top. Leave the hair straight. Or give your witch a curly hairstyle, either by folding each strip
To make the witch's hat: Cut a large circle from construction paper that is the same color as the dress. Make the circle larger than the circular top of the oatmeal box. Cut a large half circle from a second piece of construction paper in the same color. Add designs to both shapes with Metallic FX Crayons. Bring the corners of the half circle together to shape the paper into a cone. Use clear adhesive tape to hold the cone together. Trim around the bottom to make it straight. Tape the cone to the circle. Tape the witch's hat to her head.
To make the witch's arms: Wrap chenille sticks around the box. Twist the ends tightly around each other to make arms. Make items for your witch to hold (such as a broom, basket, or magic wand) using scraps of construction paper and pieces of chenille stic
Your witches are ready for you to decorate and play party games such as these. Which Witch? Memory Game: Place several witches where partygoers can study them. Notice details on each witch. Hide the witches. Take turns asking each other questions about th
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