Banana Craft That Is Even Banana Scented and The Kid’s Co-op

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We love torn paper and scissor skills crafts at my house.  With a toddler and preschooler it is great to let one tear paper and one cut paper.  We haven’t done one in a while so it was time.  With a banana theme this week, we did a banana torn paper craft.  To make it a little more exciting we scented the paper to smell like a real banana. We are big Curious George fans so I thought it would be fun to have a banana inspired craft to do with the kids. 
 
 
Banana Craft That Is Even Banana Scented


What we used
 
white cardstock
 
yellow cardstock
 
marker
 
banana extract
 
glue
 
scissors for kids if cutting up paper
 
What we did
 
Banana Craft That Is Even Banana Scented
 
I had my husband draw a banana in a hurry on his way out the door for me on the white paper.  I gave my son the yellow paper to tear because I couldn’t find his scissors this morning.  My mom was visiting and helped him tear the paper.  I took a little banana extract and put it on a napkin and rubbed it into the white paper with the banana drawn on it.  Last my son glued on the yellow torn paper.  Now we have a fun banana scented banana craft.
 
Banana Craft That Is Even Banana Scented
 
My son was tickled that his craft actually smelled like a banana.  We hung it up on the wall and watched Curious George that afternoon. 
 
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