Make a stunning Egyptian collar necklace and decorate it with pasta. You can also make other wearable art like an Egyptian armlets. The blog Classic Play is filled with Make Stuff, Art Stuff, Travel Stuff, Reading Stuff and Cook Stuff. Warmly recommended.
Maybe you have spotted an animal on the way home from preschool. Why not draw an outline of the animal and then glue some uncooked pasta to decorate it.
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Who can resist this charming Cat in the Hat. A dash of red and white paint and some pasta. You can either make your own drawing of the Cat in the Hat or you can download some pictures here.
Colourful paper bags puppets with pasta necklaces, button, and noses. These puppets are inspired by Fandango Puppets, which are designed with unusual items such as candy, pasta, straws, licorice and fruit pieces. Go here to watch some Fandango Bag Puppets videos.
Love this idea of using pasta to make dinosaurs. A great activity to learn about bones. Why not make a skeleton out of pasta. . .
Invent a pasta monster or new species by inserting pasta into clay or play dough. You can also make a stunning sculpture using pasta and a glue gun.
Photo “Pasta Hearts On A Fork” by Grant Cochrane