Corn Husk Dolls

November 6, 2012 at 11:01 am | Posted in crafts, homeschool, printable | 2 Comments
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I love hands-on activities for school – it is much easier to remember learning something if it is fun.  Corn husk dolls are a fun way to learn a little bit about the handmade toys used by native Americans, so they are a great project for making around Thanksgiving. The dolls are pretty easy to make, and are surprisingly durable.  It took my seven year old son 15 minutes to make his doll unaided.

Read the rest (and get the free printable directions) at randomcreativity.net – sorry for the inconvenience, I’ve moved to my own domain :)

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  1. Corn husk dolls are fun. I still have one I made as a child.

  2. […] of the crafts we have done previously have been paper woven placemats, pilgrim hats and bonnets, cornhusk dolls, and floating foam Mayflowers.  Each year I look out for ideas we can use, and this year I thought […]


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