Preschool Sun Visor Craft

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Using a sun visor, construction paper and glue, kids can use their imaginations to make really fun sun visors. Find out about preschool sun visor crafts with help from a former family case worker for CPS in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Christina, and this is a preschool sun visor craft. Using a sun visor, construction paper and glue, kids can use their imaginations to make really fun sun visors. For this project we're going to be using a foam sun visor, scissors, construction paper and glue. One example of a fun animal to make is a crab. You can go ahead and already have the shapes cut out for them. I've gone ahead and cut out two claws and two eyes. Giving your children the craft supplies and the glue it can be really fun to decorate the hat. Let them glue on the claws. Now on the top of your sun visor, they can glue on the eyes. Decorating their own sun visors is a great way to get them interested in wearing a sun visor to protect them from the sun. It's also a wonderful creative way to engage them in stories and in arts and crafts. The possibilities on how to decorate your sun visor are endless. Let your kids use their creativity and teach them about the value of protecting their skin. Thanks for watching.

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