Master class with a step-by-step photo “Crafts from fruits for kids “Guest from the forest” or “Fruit hedgehog””. Making interesting light crafts with your own hands for children, parents, teachers and educators, for school and kindergarten.
Fruit craft for kids “Guest from the forest” or “Fruit hedgehog”
Autumn time … Many children go to school, and kids go to kindergarten. He meets them with joy – interesting activities, kind teachers, various creative circles and walks.
Every autumn, any kindergarten organizes exhibitions of natural materials: cones, leaves, vegetables and fruits.
From such a rich variety of materials – you can do anything.
Today we propose to consider an interesting craft “Guest from the forest”. Who is this guest? He is curious, inconspicuous, a good mushroom picker, and he also has a prickly fur coat. Guess who it is? It’s a hedgehog!
We will make a hedgehog from what is at hand:
- Pear 1 pc.
- Grapes 1 bunch
- Toothpicks (double-sided) 15-20 pcs.
- Olives 2 pcs.
- Spider web vermicelli or spaghetti 4-6 pcs.
1. First, let’s wash all the fruits. Then we cut off one side of the pear – this will be the base, so our hedgehog will not swing.
2. Let’s leave room for the muzzle – this is the elongated part of the pear. We begin to make needles – carefully stick toothpicks 1/4-1/3 of the length.
3. Gently plant individual grapes on toothpicks, tightly to each other. But if there is a gap between the berries – it’s not scary.
4. Similarly, we make the second and third row of needles, preferably in a checkerboard pattern and plant grapes. It turns out a fluffy and prickly back.
5. Now we will decorate the muzzle. Cut the black olive in half. If the pear still has a branch, you can attach it to it, if not, then stick in the place where the nose will be located – two short toothpicks so that about 0.7-1.0 cm remains.
6. Fasten the olive to the toothpicks. Here’s the spout for the hedgehog!
7. Carefully cut out recesses for the eyes with a knife.
8. And we make the eyes themselves from small pieces of olives and put them into the holes.
9. Now we make the antennae. They are easy to replace with thin vermicelli – we stick them under the nose, on the right and left on the muzzle.
10. Bright and fluffy hedgehog is ready!
Kids can make such a craft on their own under the supervision of adults, it is very simple and beautiful.
A cheerful guest from the forest hurries to you!