Ice Cream Shop Poster
AGE RANGE: PROJECT SHOULD BE EASILY ACCOMPLISHED BY AGES 4 AND UP WITH HELP FROM PARENT OR GUARDIAN
APPROXIMATE TIME: 30 MIN - 1 HOUR
Do you like ice-cream? Where did ice-cream first come from? How do people make ice-cream? Let us help you learn about the history of ice-cream from Ice-Cream: The Full Scoop, a book written by Gail Gibbons.
Learn about the history of Ice- cream from Ice Cream: The Full Scoop, a book written by Gail Gibbons. Watch it HERE.
This project is a great opportunity to learn more about shapes. Find out more about the different types of triangles here. Find out more about a variety of geometric shapes here.
Art Materials Needed
- Construction paper
- Hole punch
- Ruler (optional)
- Jar lid (or anything with circle shape for tracing)
- Use ruler to make isosceles triangle. A triangle with two sides with equal length.
- Make waffle ice cream serves, both cone and bowl, from a big triangle, cut a straight line on the triangle to make two shapes, one smaller isosceles triangle (for the cone) and a trapezoid (for the bowl).
- Trace and cut how many circles as you want from a jar lid to make ice cream scoops.
- Use hole puncher to make some candy/chocolate topping with variety colors.
- Use ruler and a marker to make lines and create a waffle design on the isosceles triangle (for the cone) and a trapezoid (for the bowl).
- Cut tiny pieces of paper for another topping design.
- Glue the ice-cream scoops (overlay) to make your own ice cream cone and bowl.
- Glue the topping on your ice cream scoops.
- Cut a small circle to make a cherry shape if you want and glue it on the top ice cream cone.
- Glue the ice cream cone and bowl on another piece of paper (dark colors are recommended).
- Use chalk/pastel/crayons to write your message/
- Hang it up where you want, maybe in the ice cream shop?