My little reindeer hat

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Both male and female reindeer have antlers. Reindeer have their antlers for several months; then they fall off. New ones grow back later. Reindeer live where it is cold and snowy. They have special fur that keeps them warm. Next to their skin, reindeer have thick, woolly fur. During the summer, the fur thins out so the reindeer will be cooler. Reindeer have hooves that spread out when they walk on them. They are used to find food beneath the snow. Reindeer travel in large herds from place to place to find food. Reindeer live near the North Pole. Reindeer are closely related to caribou. The Wild Christmas Reindeer.

Activities to Use With this Story. Dramatize the story with one child being Teeka and eight children as reindeer. In the beginning of the story, Teeka is very rough with the reindeer. At the end of the story, she has changed her approach. Take turns being Teeka and the reindeer. Discuss how it felt to be yelled at by Teeka. Invite another class over and read the book to them. Dramatize the book; wear reindeer antler hats. Classroom Activities. Have your class make this popular craft called reindeer food.

We have made FREE template for you to use with the craft.

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Click here to view and print the template for this craft. Place the following in a ziploc bag or another type of baggie. You will see the recipe call for glitter, we have replaced the glitter with sugar. This way if your students place the recipe on the ground, then they will not harm the animals. Tell you class that this recipe will help santa find the way to their house. I guess the magic of the Enchanted Reindeer Treats did their trick for this little girl! They can do the trick for your favorite kiddo too.

If you are looking for a great Christmas gift for each child, video each classmate reading the letter and set it to DVD. Reindeer Sandwiches Materials: 4" X 5" white or beige paper at least two pieces per student scissors spoons or craft sticks small containers to hold ingredients paring knife. Ingredients: whole wheat bread peanut butter raisins red apple slices pretzel sticks gum drops. Directions: Give each child a piece of 4" X 5" piece of paper.

Ask them to figure out how they will divide it to make four triangles. Let them experiment. Do not show them how to do this. Allow plenty of time. When they have solved the problem, let them cut their slice of bread in the same way. Spread peanut butter on two of the triangles. Decorate with raisins for eyes, a slice of red apple for the mouth, a gum drop for the nose, and pretzels for the antlers. Provide books and have your students do reindeer research. Can they find the answers to these questions? Where do reindeer live?

Reindeer belong to what family? What do reindeer eat? Are reindeer good swimmers? What do we call a female reindeer? I stuffed them lightly with poly-fil before completely sewing it closed. I sewed them onto the hat, but if you want them to stick straight up, you might try using a pipe cleaner or floral wire in the antler and wrapped around the area where the antler meets the hat. The antlers on my hat do flop over a little when being worn.

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The black eyeballs were hand-sewn onto the larger white eye with 2-ply yarn and a tapestry needle using a regular straight stitch. And then the complete eyes were sewn onto the hat at a slight angle. Please do not copy and post this pattern and claim it as your own. Please do not re-publish photos as your own. Thank you for shareing your patterns.. This one is my favorite tooo..

I was just thinking the same thing but then I clicked the view in fullscreen and then I could print the frame! I hope that helps! Thank you so much for your generosity and for sharing your wonderful talent and patterns with us. God Bless You and your family. This is my favorite hat too and Lindy Lou's too. Ok, you're hats are truly amazing. Thank you for your awesome tutorials! I've already made the snowman hat for both of them and they're adorable! I have never successfully crocheted a hat before.

Not very good with deciphering simple instructions. I will try this, though I don't have the exact colour, because your instructions and pattern are very, very, comprehensive. BTW, this is a very, very cute Rudolph. Thank you so very, very much for sharing your talents. I love, love, love this hat!! I definitely need to make this for my girls!

I couldn't pin this fast ebough. Thank you so much for sharing.

Love this! But did you really use Rust?

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In person the yarn looks very orange not brown? It looks a lot darker than your color does! I threw away the label for the ball of yarn I used, but now I am thinking it is Honey and not Rust. So sorry! I am going to have to confirm this next time I am buying yarn but I will make not of it in the pattern. Thank you for catching this!

This would be a perfect present for our g'son.

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It is so adorable! I hope it's not too hard, because I'm a beginner. T'onna Submarine Sunday Link Party. Oh my goodness….. I am having a little baby boy in January…thats not too late to celebrate the christmas season is it? Ok, I don't have time to make one this year, but I'm pinning it for next. I'd love for you to come check out my blog and link party this week. You Rock! My only granddaughter loves hats!

I have made her at least three so far! I just know she will love this one too…however, it will have to wait till next year. I have an afghan I'm working on plus 3 rag quilts and 3 lap quilts…alll for Christmas!!!! You are very talented, thank you for sharing! Merry Christmas to you and yours. Pinning and featuring this week! Soooo cute!

Thank you so much for sharing your creativity at Mom On Timeout. Hope to see you back tonight! I've made 2 of these hats and they both turned out great! I get so many compliments and it's awesome to say "thanks, I made it! Thanks so much for the free patterns. Just a helpful hint.

I used felt instead. MUCH safer! This is one of the cutest hats I have ever seen! I'm featuring it today at Creations by Kara. Thanks for linking up!! Wow this Pattern is Great! Thank you for sharing your impressive talents. SO, I made the hat first and then unpicked where I wanted the antlers and ears to go. If you do it my way as well, pin the antlers and the ears to the front side of the hat, right sides together, and match up the raw edges.

Then sew each one in place and then sew the hat closed again. Then zig-zag around the outer edge. Next, make a little red ball just like the pom-pom from the elf hat above and hand stitch it right above the snout section, overlapping just a bit. I cut the basic hat shape out of 2 different colors. The white is from the old sweater but the green dots is some knit fabric that I had. Iron flat. Use steam as well. Then sew the front and back pieces together, with right sides together. Be sure and use a zig-zag stitch so that the hat will still be able to stretch. Turn right side out and press flat.

Then, cut out a long strip if you want to create the chin strap be sure to include enough for seam allowance. Mine was about 3. Also, cut out 4 pieces for the ear covers….. The size of ear flaps will depend on your hat size….

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Then place two of the half circles together with right sides together and sew along the curved edge. Turn right side out and press flat with hot iron. Next, attach both half circle to the sides of the hat, centering along the side seams of the hat. Line up the straight edge of the ear flap right below the bottom edge of the top fabric color. Zig-zag each flap in place, right along the top. Then, make a tube out of the long strip of fabric and then cut into two strips.

Then sew one end of one of the strips to the back bottom edge of one of the ear flaps. Repeat with other strip and ear flap. Also, it should be long enough to fit perfectly around the hat plus a little extra for seam allowance. Sew into a tube and then slide over the base of the hat, with the right sides facing each other. Place the seam of the tube along the back of the hat.

And then line up the top edge of this circle strip of fabric along the seam of the hat where the 2 colors meet. Sew along the top edge, using a zig-zag stitch. Then I folded this pie shape in half, and sewed along the 2 long edges that meet. Then I turned it right side out, stuffed with some batting, then hand stitched the carrot to the front of the hat. And then attach velcro to ends of each strip. You may have to adjust the length of the strips too. Holy cow — those hats are too cute!! It looks like you guys had a blast on that train ride.

Those are do darn cute — especially the snowman. This is so dangerous. We did the North Pole Train last year!! SO much fun!! The hats are adorable…but tell me…are you a little sick of the all the jiggling from the bells they got? Great step by step tutorial too. I will definitely have to hit up Goodwill for some sweaters and give these a try I love to see repurposed projects. The hats are adorable and so are your children. Have a wonderful holiday! So, so, so super cute! I love the crying baby picture!

It is so real life. So of course, we set them on the couch for a picture. Are you kidding?! What a fun idea!