Candy Corn Crafts Cut-Out: Draw a picture of a candy corn on a standard size white piece of paper and cut it out (one per child). The size could be large enough for a wall hanging or small enough for an ornament. Have pre-cut (or torn) 1 square inch pieces of orange, white and yellow tissue paper available. Place these in separate containers, and have glue or paste available for either you or the child to use depending on ability. Glue yellow on the bottom tier, orange in the middle tier and white on the top-tier, which are the classic candy corn colors. When finished, punch a hole at the top of the corn and string a ribbon through it to hang in celebration for the fall season!
Colorful Candy Corns: Who says a candy corn has to be white, yellow, and orange? Draw a picture of a candy corn on a standard size white piece of paper, and draw three sections on it (one per child). Hand out “autumn" colors such as orange, yellow, red, brown, black, and purple for example. You can use a medium of your choice such as crayons, markers, or paints.Have the children color the sections any way they wish, and see how the variations create a colorful autumn display!
Candy Corn Wreaths: Pre-cut any-sized donut shaped wreaths using cardboard, card stock, or any sturdy paper. Tie a ribbon around it for hanging (one per child). Have bowls filled with candy corn at each table, as well as glue. Have the children use the glue and place candy corn around the wreath.Some children may need help with this activity depending on skill level. When all of the candy corn is set, run glue over the top of the fixed candy corn and sprinkle some orange, white, yellow, or silver glitter on top to make your autumn season shine!