Congratulations on earning your Palette Knife skill. Print out your certificate here: certificate_palette-knife
Print out your November Activity Card here, and create magic with your very own home made snow: november-activity-card-a5_print
Print your November skill card here, and start practising smoothing and spreading! nov-skill-card-a5-palette_print
St Mary Mackillop Primary won a Get Kids Cooking Kitchen Kart as part of the Nestle Healthy Active Kids competition. Read all about it here.
Top Ryde City opened a new fresh food precinct, and Get Kids Cooking were there hosting FREE cooking classes. Read about it here.
Get Kids Cooking and Dr Glen Richards had a wonderful time at Manly West State School, handing over The Kitchen Kart as part of our “Cooking Up A Healthy Future” schools program.
Read about it here.
What you need
- sheets of orange paper or card
- scraps of black paper or card
- You can make big lanterns out of a whole A4 sheet, or cut the A4 sheet in half to make smaller ones. A combination of big and small looks good.
- Fold your sheet of orange paper in half lengthways.
- Now, with the fold edge facing you, cut 1cm slits all along the length of the folded piece of paper. (Don’t cut right to the edges; just make the slits sit about 4cm from each edge).
- Open the piece of paper out.
- Now roll it into a lantern shape – secure each short edge together with a stapler to form a cylinder.
- Use your scraps of black paper to glue eyes, nose and a mouth onto your spooky lantern.
- When you have at least four lanterns, you can use a hole punch to make holes in the tops and then string them together to hang up outside your house for Halloween.
Watch the video here
Congratulations on earning your Scissor skill. Print out your certificate here: certificate_scissors
Print out your October Activity Card here and get lots of practise using your scissors: oct-activity-card-a5_print
Print Octobers skill card here and get practising with your scissors! oct-skill-card-scissors_print