- Crayola Construction Paper - 22.9 cm x 30.5 cm (9" x 12")
- Crayola Washable No-Run School Glue
- Crayola Scissors
- Googly Eyes
- Pipe Cleaners - Red
- Bamboo Skewers - 1 per small groups to share
- Cotton Balls
- Hole Punch
- String or Ribbon
- Cut a semicircle with a 22.9 cm base and 11.5 cm radius out of red construction paper. (9" x 4 ½")
- Hold the shape with the straight edge facing up.
- Curve the ends of the paper over each other.
- Twist the paper to make a cone.
- Use Crayola Washable Glue to hold the paper in place.
- Measure a piece of white construction paper to make a rectangle 2.5 cm x 6 cm (1" x 2 ½").
- Cut it out.
- Glue the rectangle around the top of the cone about 1.5 cm (1/2") from the top of the cone.
- About halfway down the cone poke a bamboo skewer through both sides of the paper to make holes so for the arms.
- Feed a pipe cleaner through the holes to make Santa's arms.
- Cut 8 - 10 pieces of white construction paper into .5 cm x 4 cm (½"" x 1½") strips.
- Roll the paper strips around a bamboo skewer to make curls for Santa's hair and beard.
- Glue the curled paper onto the cone to make a beard and hair.
- Draw a tall, thin triangle with a 4 cm (1.5") base and about 8 cm (3") tall on a piece of red construction paper.
- Cut it out to make the hat.
- Glue in in place.
- Fold the top of the triangle hat over.
- Add details to Santa to make your Santa unique, for example,
- googly eyes
- cotton ball trim
- Use a hole punch to make a hole through the top of the cone behind Santa's hat.
- Feed through string or ribbon so you can hang your Santa.