Watercolor Paper Plate Crown Activity
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One of the best things about the Easter season is how much focus is given to the life and character of Jesus. It’s a perfect time to teach children about who Jesus is, what He has done, and what He continues to do. This week we are making a paper plate crown to remind us of one big idea:
Jesus is King
Jesus is king of the world, king of our hearts, and king of all things. What an amazing truth to teach to our children!
Psalm 102:12 But you, O LORD, are enthroned forever.
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Paper Plate Craft
What you’ll need:
- Paper plate
- Using watercolors, paint the non-glossy side of the paper plate.
- Once it dries, fold the plate in half and cut three slits through the plate (see image below).
- Unfold the plate and bend the points upwards to look like a crown.
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