Lesson, with information about rodeo: printable pdf
- large brown paper bag
- cardboard wrapping tube
- string or yarn
- Draw a simple horse head on one side of a large brown paper bag, or use the pattern provided in the lesson linked above.
- Cut through both sides of the paper bag.
- Decorate each side of the horse head with an eye, a nostril and a mouth.
- Cut an additional strip of the paper bag, and fringe it to look like the horse's maine.
- Staple the two sides of the head together, with the mane, and stuff it with tissue.
- Tape the head on a cardboard wrapping paper tube.
- Punch a hole under the mouth to add a string for the reins.
|large brown paper bag
- Cut the bag up the middle.
- Make arm holes so students can slip it on like a coat.
- Cut fringe on the bottom and decorate.
- Decide how wide you want the chaps by measuring across the front only of the child's waist.
- Cut partially down the middle to make the pant legs.
- Punch holes at either side of the waist and at either side of each leg just below the knees.
- Tie a piece of yarn to each hole.
- Tie the chaps around the child's waist, and tie each leg of the chaps around the legs.
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