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Mad hatters: chef’s hat

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By Nina Filipekeducation writer and supply teacher

Forget gold stars and dish out Michelin ones as your class gets into role and cooks up a storm in the classroom!

To make the chef’s hat

You will need: roll of white paper; scissors; sticky tape.

  • Cut out a length of white paper, approximately 30cm deep and long enough to fit around the child’s head. Fold over lengthways and join the corners with sticky tape.
  • Cut straight lines from the fold, stopping 3cm before the edge of the paper.
  • Join the two ends together with sticky tape to form the hat.
  • Cut out a strip of folded white paper to make a hat band. Place the band around the outside of your hat and tape it at the back.
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Reviews

  1. Shreela Sen
    on 26 June 2015

    Grrrrrrrreat! (esp. theHat)

    I’m not planning for a full lesson, only to keep the kids (4 & 6) engaged while I make a little Plum jam (just a fun activity), & this Hat will make for great pretend play & great photos! Gonna have a “Jam Day” a la “Masha & the Bear” this Saturday (& maybe Doraemon’s fav Dorayaki NEXT Sat) ... Thank You!!!!

    5out of 5
  2. Evelien
    on 26 May 2015

    English teacher

    Thank you so much for those very nice ideas. I will certainly implement some of them in my holiday course.

  3. Carolyn
    on 25 October 2012

    community helpers

    Love your ideas, they are new and have a new spin on a common theme. thanks

  4. hhhhh
    on 18 July 2010

    ok

    how do you fold it

    5out of 5
  5. nichola
    on 10 June 2010

    thanks

    thanks some nice little ideas!