Color Your Own Teepees
The kids loved making these, and I did too. We made them as centerpieces for a dinner for a leader of a Native Am. mission, and he said he loved them, even though the Native Am's lived in hogans where he was! I put brown paper shreds around them, with tiny fall leaves.
November 3, 2009
Cute little teepees!
During November we spend one Story Hour at the library learning about Indians. The teepees were perfect and the feathers were a nice touch!
November 7, 2012
We ordered these to use as table centerpieces and I was just slightly dissappointed at the size of them. I had thought they would be larger, but they will work for our needs - we'll add some stuff coming out of the top.
March 23, 2012
A yearly purchase!
My 2nd graders love to color and assemble this product during our study of the Pilgrims and Native Americans around Thanksgiving.
November 5, 2011
girls age 7 loved this craft. Only thing is to buy glue dots to hold the seam of the tepee together.
September 21, 2011
These are really cute and helped with the Cowboys & Indians Theme of the party. The only negative I have about this is that the coloring can be very time consuming if just one or two people are doing it. Be sure you have many hands willing to help! Overall great product, and we have fake tea lights under each one to light them up!
September 12, 2011
Although the design of the teepees were cute, I was a bit disappointed with the quality of the item. Also, in my class (art summer camp class), it was too difficult for ages below 8 years old to put together. I would not order this item again.
September 5, 2010
Great Craft for boys
this is a great craft for boys to do. Colored pencils or crayons work well. We used glue dots to hold the teepee together and it worked well. Great craft and no mess!
June 3, 2010
Easy and Not Much Supervision
This craft is great because the final product is unique and it is very simple to complete by all ages. I suggest using tape instead of glue for closing up the teepee and attaching the pipe cleaners. No messy glue needed. Just get some markers and tape and kids enjoy designing their own teepee.
August 1, 2009
TP is made with very cheap cardboard. Yes - I know it's just a craft, but the cardboard kept ripping and product didn't stay together with regular glue.
December 3, 2008