Make the one hundredth day of school special by creating the Corny Fun with 100 craft.  This realistic-looking corn cob craft is made from dried corn kernels, glue, and cardstock.  Not only will this craft help children count to one hundred, but it will also allow young hands to continue building their fine motor skills.  Once complete, children can use these crafts to decorate for the fall or harvest season, cut them out to make magnets to hang on their refrigerators, or simply leave on their desk to help them count to one hundred!

What you'll need:

  • 1 piece of yellow cardstock
  • 1 piece of green cardstock
  • Corny Fun with 100 template
  • String or ribbon (optional)
  • Hole punch (optional)
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • 100 dried corn kernels
How to make your Corny Fun with 100
  1. Print out Corny Fun with 100 template onto yellow cardstock and cut out.  (see photos)
  2. Cut out two leaves from the green cardstock to be the husk of the corn.  Glue them to either side of the corn cob.  Allow the glue to dry.  (see photos)
  3. If desired, punch a hole in the top of the corn cob and tie a ribbon through it.  This will allow your corn cob to be hung up, once it is complete!  (see photos)
  4. Spread glue on the front of the corn cob.  (see photos)
  5. Count out one hundred dried corn kernels.  Place the dried corn kernels on the glue, making sure to cover all areas.  Allow the glue to dry.  (see photos)
  6. Your corn cob is complete!  If desired, you can punch a hole in the top, thread a ribbon through the hole, and hang it up.  Or, you can cut out the corn cob, glue a magnet to the back, and hang it up at your house!  Looking for more tasty fun?  Pop the popcorn first (do not add butter!) and glue the popped corn kernels to your corn cob!
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