Recycled Rudolph

6:00:00 AM

When I saw this project in 
Good Housekeeping Magazine

I knew I'd have to give it a try in my classroom.

It's a great decoration made from 
upcycled materials.

I started with a mailing box from the post office




I drew a reindeer shape onto the box and cut it out double with the nose on the fold so it would stay together.




I had the children in my Pre-Kindergarten class 
paint it brown.

I also cut out cardboard antlers and had the children paint them brown as well.




The finished product was a surprise for the kids 
when I put it together.




The antlers were a bit of a challenge to get 
them to stay up but a few skewers fixed the problem.




Not a bad likeness of Rudolph watching from 
our classroom easel.




and the children love him!


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5 comments

  1. Don't you dare tell Good Housekeeping but the kids is better! I see the love all over it!
    Have a great weekend,
    Lisa

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  2. I saw this the other day in the doctors office while I was looking tho

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  3. Very cute, Susan! What a great project and your class is probably proud that they had a part in it!

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  4. That is so sweet. Your class did an awesome job! Merry Christmas!

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  5. I Love it Susan! So adorable. Your class did a wonderful job!

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