Magic Color Scratch Scarecrow Ornaments
I purchased this for my daughters 3rd grade class for their fall harvest party. The whole class loved the craft. This is definitely a great product to buy.
November 8, 2009
Great scarecrow craft
The scratch off tool didn't work well, we used quarters instead. The wooden tools are better.
September 30, 2014
Little kids project
We are trying to get NAMI out of the shadows in our community... so we are heading towards every "community event" in our county. These are easily scratched off with the sticks so it is a great activity for the real little ones.
September 14, 2012
A big hit!
I used these for kids in grades K-3, and they loved 'em. I noticed after I got them that they only came with 12 scratching sticks, so I cut off some wooden skewers I had for the other 12, which worked fine. After the craft was completed, I collected the sticks to keep for the next time (and because they're pretty sharp). Some of the black ink was off on a few of the scarecrows, but I touched those up with some India ink. (Some of the younger kids just scratched off all the ink anyway!) Everyone enjoyed them.
September 19, 2011
cute fall craft
Much easier than the old way of doing colors with a black crayon overlay. Great for all ages! The children love watching the colors magically appear.
October 14, 2010
Great craft for older 3rd grade kids. A quick, yet creative idea for a fall party.
November 1, 2009
I selected these as a little something for the kindergarten class. I figured they can write their names, decorate scarecrows and write their blessings on them. Only downfall is that there are not the same amount of sticks as there are scarecrows. I think I may have to break them in half so that each child can get one.
October 27, 2009