In this year’s Halloween lesson, I decided to make some spider rings and jack-o-lantern rings with the students. I got the idea from these finger puppets, but I didn’t want to use a hot glue gun with a class of thirty students, so I decided to make something that didn’t require that.
35 cm of black
20 cm of purple
30 cm of orange
13 cm of green
How to make it:
Wrap the purple pipe cleaner on your finger.
Make the size a little bit bigger than your
actual size and twist it securely.
Cut the black loops in half. These are the spider legs.
Add some googly eyes and your cute spider ring is complete.
The pumpkin one is safer for young children.
The only difficult part is making the pumpkin nice and round.
Twist the green pipe cleaner to your ring size.
Take the orange pipe cleaner and wrap it around the green one.
You can draw your own jack-o-lantern face with a pen, glue some cut out felt sheets, or add some googly eyes to finish.
Hope you enjoy making this Halloween ring!