Wind sock craft


This week we are studying wind and my class made windsocks out of construction paper. Super simple and fun!

I love that my firstie decorated his windsock with pumpkins! 

Fold paper "hot dog style"

Trace the crease line with crayon or pencil

Cut strips only up to the crease line. Students can decorate the top half.

Staple, punch a hole in one side, and tie twine/string/or yarn through the hole so your students can hang on to their windsocks.

We took our windsocks outside and stood with our arms still to see if there was wind. The wind today was really strong. We journaled about what would happen to our wind socks if we had no wind. We also discussed how you could use a windsock to tell what direction wind was blowing from. Very easy and the kids were all eager to take their windsocks home and some even wanted to make more!



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4 comments

  1. Love the windsocks!! Folding it is so so smart! :)

    Marvelous Multiagers!

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  2. How fun, my kids would love to make these:) Thanks for sharing.

    Aloha,
    Corinna
    Surfin' Through Second

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  3. How stinkin' cute! Can't wait to try this with my class.

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  4. Very cute way to let the students play with and learn about wind.

    Cindy

    Granny Goes to School

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