Play the picture puns craft game by drawing pictures that stand for a word. Try to stump your family and friends! You might even add some new words to your vocabulary while you're at it.
What You'll Need:
- 8 to 11 sheets of drawing paper
Step 1: Draw two pictures that stand for a word on a sheet of drawing paper. You might choose the word snowman and draw snowflakes and a man, or starfish, and draw a star and a fish. Write the word on the back of the paper.
Step 2: Make 8 to 10 picture puns. Now make a book out of your drawings. Decorate a sheet of drawing paper for the cover. Set all the pages together and staple the top of the pages to bind your book.
Step 3: Show your book to family members and see if they can guess your words.
Try other picture puns with homonyms. These are words that sound alike but have different spellings and meanings. Some examples are aunt and ant; rein, reign, and rain; and cache and cash. Draw as many as you can and add them to your book.
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