Harry Potter Colouring Book: An official colouring book
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When the characters are colored and cut out, they can be glued to the ties decal-style and sealed in glassine. The children now have big, ornate Harry Potter bookmarks! 7. Harry Potter Blindfold Game
Start this fun craft with an ordinary disposable plate. Have the youngster draw a simple version of the Harry Potter House on construction paper.Personally one of my favorite characters is Draco Malfoy and the Malfoy family, just because of how well they are written and the character development- but that’s a controversial opinion in this house! Have the youngsters color and cut out ties from construction paper or poster board and write the initials of their favorite Harry Potter character at the bottom. To make this fun reversible mask, have the youngsters color full-size Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort faces, cut them out, and glue them together. There’s also Hermione Granger and Albus Dumbledore as well as the Sorting Hat, the golden snitch and other magical creatures- and of course the main character! The children can glue the body cutouts around the shakers using an ordinary salt and pepper shaker from any discount store.
Then, similar to pinning the tail on the donkey, the youngsters should blindfold each other and take turns trying to get a straight pin into one of the characters and collect the points! 8. Hogwarts Acceptance Letter There are currently 2 School of Magic activity books- the third will be out this year. The first accompanies the first Harry Potter book and the second accompanies the Chamber of Secrets. Here’s what your child will experience in the School of Magic book 1, as an example: When tied together with brown yarn, your youngster has a homemade “Book of Secrets.” 4. The Owls of Harry Potter
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Harry Potter fans love those famous owls, such as Pigwigeon, Errol, and, of course, Hedwig, and this theme is perfect for crafts. The faces can be embellished with wiggle eyes, yarn, glitter, and Harry’s famous glasses can be made with pipe cleaners. This innovative card can be preserved as artwork or given to someone instead of a store-bought card.
This cute craft makes a great gift for a parent. Have the youngsters color Harry and Ginny, and cut out their heads and bodies separately. Next, glue an ordinary envelope with Harry’s name on it near the owl’s talons, as if he’s carrying it. Of course, we’ve also enjoyed eating chocolate frogs and jellybeans inspired by Honeydukes sweetshop and the food trolley on the Hogwarts Express – the jellybeans are really not for the fainthearted! We are also hoping to visit the Harry Potter Studios very soon for a set tour. Give the youngsters small styrofoam balls and some yellow tissue paper, which can be shredded and glued to the balls to make them “glow.” This easy craft is a perfect classroom activity and begins by having each child make a homemade envelope using any simple template.Since youngsters love the broad range of characters in the Harry Potter series, have them work together to create a scene from one of the books or movies. When the door is cut out on three sides, it can be opened and closed to reveal Harry standing in the secret room! 2. Harry and Ginny Salt Shakers