By Sam Fentress, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=348910
Choose paints based on the colors you and the kids find in the picture and add them to a palette. If you don’t have a palette, check your recycle bin. Plastic lids from canisters and containers work great as palettes!
Using either fingertips or q-tips, kids can dip and paint corn kernels on the printable guide downloadable below (print on cardstock if you’ve got it), or have them draw a corn cob on a white piece of paper first if you don’t want to use the printable. Have a package of wet wipes or paper towels handy to clean fingertips between dips!
Use q-tips to paint corn kernels.
Or use fingertips to paint the kernels!
Glue pieces of corn husk or construction paper to make the corn husks.
If your corn husks are thick you may need to place heavy jars, cans, or use binder clips to weight them down until the glue dries.
Let the artwork dry. Optionally you can cut around the corn cob.
Hang up and decorate for harvest!
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