Corn Necklace

At the Kwanzaa celebration, each ear of corn represents a child in the family. Moms or Grandmas won't think this necklace is too "corny" to show off.
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What You Need:

This is a great project for preschoolers.

  • Red yarn
  • Black cardboard
  • Glue
  • Hole punch
  • Scissors
  • Indian corn


1. Make corn shapes. Cut a corn shape from the black cardboard for each ear on your necklace. Take the hole punch and punch two holes at the top to string yarn through.

2. Decorate shape with corn. Take the corn kernels and glue them on the corn-shaped cardboard. Try to make rows to make it look like a real ear of corn.


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