This wine cork menorah craft is simple for little ones to make working with cardboard, corks and toothpicks. Young kids can pretend to light it by adding ondd ww if the flames to a candle every single evening for the duration of Hanukkah.
We’ve been on a roll producing kid-friendly menorahs that little ones can pretend to light right here in my daycare this week.
The other day, I shared our toilet roll menorah, which is great for toddlers and preschoolers. Today, I’m sharing our wine cork and toothpick menorah. This menorah is geared for slightly older kids as fine-motor expertise are expected to insert the toothpick wicks with their paper flames into the cork candles.
Keep your eye on the weblog as we have a couple far more coming up this week.
Making this menorah is a entertaining and inventive activity that all ages will get pleasure from, and your kid will finish up with a beautiful keepsake that they can show and use year soon after year.
Glitter is optional
You only want a handful of simple supplies to make this menorah – a tiny cardboard box (we employed a cake mix box), a handful of toothpicks and a handful of wine corks. Paint and glue are a need to of course, and glitter is entirely optional.
I hope you have as a great deal entertaining producing your menorah as we had producing ours.
- section of a tiny cardboard box (we reduce a cake mix box longways)
- paint (we like acrylic craft paint)
- paint brushes
- 9 wine corks
- 9 toothpicks
- yellow building paper
- white glue
- glue gun
- glitter (optional)