After reading “This Is Not My Hat“, how could we NOT make our own hats? I usually took some time to talk about different kinds of hats. I would bring some in so we could feel them and discuss their color and shape. This helped the students when they started to make their own. Some kids needed examples to choose from, others just got to work and knew exactly what they wanted!
It would be fun to decorate with markers and stickers for a little added fine motor practice!
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Colored Paper
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Tawni is a former special education teacher, now stay-at-home momma. She spends her days reading, cooking with lots of cheese, listening to professional choral music, and tickling her baby boy, Cy. She lives with her husband and son in Utah.