This Q-tip skeleton is a wonderful craft for children to make this Halloween!
The best thing is, there are not many supplies needed at all, and most likely they are in your house right now. A child may need some help from an adult to cut the Q-tips in half, as some of them can be a little tough to cut through.
2. Glue 1
perpendicular over the ribs to act as the backbone. Have the Q-tip lie
flush with the last rib, but poke up longer than the top rib, to act as
the neck bone.
4. Glue the skull on the
paper above and touching the neck bone.
Cut 6 whole Q-tips in
half, or make them even shorter if you like (like I did). These are
smaller bones that can be used as the 10 fingers, and 2 to be the feet.
Glue them in place.