Smores Craft | Camping Activities | How to Make a Smore | Bulletin Board

Smores Craft | Camping Activities | How to Make a Smore | Bulletin Board

It can be used to support PreK-second
This is a great tool for 1st and Kindergarten students.

Included: PDF, 21 Pages

You can use this Smores Craft as an activity in a summer-themed classroom or unit. It also makes a great reward! Making a bulletin board is a fun activity that students can enjoy by cutting, pasting and decorating their own smore crafts. These patterns are easy for kids to follow and simple for teachers! This includes two pages of coloring for morning work, distance learning centers and other activities!

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This pdf contains:

Photograph of the craft activity

Step by step instructions

These templates can be printed directly on colored construction papers or cardstock and cut by students.

These templates can be used as xeroxes and then cut onto cardstock by the teacher. Students trace onto colored paper, and then cut them out. The label will contain the name and the number of patterns to be cut.

To color templates, a separate two-page pdf can be sent to students who are interested in distance learning.

There are many ways you can use this craft in fun and creative ways.

Study the letter and its contents.

practicing fine motor skills

Bulletin boards

Decorations for the hallway and door

Small group station

It can be paired with a book, worksheet or activity.

Rewards or classes parties


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This resource was perfect for my distance learners. This craft was easy to send home to my students so they could do it themselves.

This is what I shared with my Covid-19 students. This year, I’ll use it again for a camp unit project in May/June.


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