This easy craft is perfect for younger Girl Scouts (or younger siblings) and is a great follow-up to “The Bad Seed” by Jory John.
- White paper or colored construction paper
If the construction paper is not available, shapes can be drawn on white paper and colored.
You will need:
- Two Seed bodies
- Four Eyes
- Two Black strips for eyebrows
Draw thick and thin stripes on seed shape.
Glue on eyes and draw mouth. The bad seed.
Repeat steps on second seed shape but give it a happy face. Glue on the band-aid. Now, you have the good seed!
Glue seeds on construction paper and draw hands and feet.
Which are you today? The bad seed? Or, the good seed?
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