September Craft: Pencil Door Hanger

September is here, and a new school year has started. Start the year off right with a fun craft for students!

This pencil door hanger craft is perfect for younger students who have recently started school. The craft uses simple shapes and construction paper, making it easy to prepare for students. The pencil shape is a great standard school supply item that is used for homework. It makes it perfect for a Do Not Disturb door hanger. Students can take this craft home and hang it on their doors when they do their homework after school. Not only is it fun, but it’s practical.

So, here is what you need to complete this project.

Materials:Final_Image

Pencil
Yellow, pink, and tan/light brown construction paper
Black marker
Paper puncher
String/yarn
Ruler

You can find the full instructions for the craft, complete with pictures, HERE.

The door hanger might not hang straight without the support of the door behind it, depending on the size. If this bothers you, try gluing a stiff material to the back such as a thin cardboard or cardstock.

And there you have it! We hope you enjoy our September craft, and that students enjoy it too! Check back next month for a fun Halloween craft!


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