This craft activity using string instead of corn, shows you how to make a corn dolly, and is based on corn dollies traditionally made at Harvest time. Corn dollies were then kept until the following Spring to ensure a good Harvest. Your child can make a corn doll for fun!
Roller Coaster Highway, Tulsa, Oklahoma. (The technical name of this road is “County Road NS 366.” It’s one mile west of “Old Highway 56, and about 1.5 miles west of State Highway 56, just north of Wewoka, Oklahoma.)
VBS Turn it up- Think Orange- 2013 Make it: Stack two thick-weight paper plates and staple them together for durability. Let your kids paint the stacked plates their favorite colors and decorate them with stickers. Attach a paint stick to the back of the stacked plates and glue beads to the end as the pegs. Finally, add strings by stretching rubber bands around the stacked plates.