Potato Face 

• Large potatoes
• Variety wiggly eyes
• Paper clips
• Various items from a thrift or $1 store (or your basement)
• Pipe cleaners
• glue (hot glue gun works best)
1. Make sure the potatoes are clean and dry.
2. Glue on eyes, make nose out of a paper clip. Make a mouth from the pipe cleaner then
carefully glue it on.
3. Make a hat and a bow tie from the various items.
4. Now you have a potato face to help you celebrate St. Patrick's Day.


Groundhog Stick and Ball  

• Picture of the groundhog
• Stapler
• Plastic laundry soap scoop
• 6" plastic lanyard (Rexlace)
• Large bead
1. Copy picture of the groundhog onto cardstock.
2. Wash and dry the laundry scoop.
3. Cut out the groundhog and staple it to the side of the scoop.
4. Tie one end of the lanyard to the bead.
5. Staple the other end to the cup end of the scoop.
6. Hold onto the handle and swing the bead back and forth trying to get it to land inside the cup.

References / Source:
Great Salt Lake Council

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