Get crafty and pledge to be drug-free with a printable Red-Ribbon Week craft activity.
Celebrate Red Ribbon Week in Style!
Red Ribbon week is approaching, and it’s time to start planning all those Red Ribbon Dress-up Days! We’ve put together the perfect resource for Hat Day, Wacky Day, or any other day! These fun crowns provide a fun way for students to show their dedication to being drug-free.
During Red Ribbon week, have your students color, cut, and construct a crown to wear during your festivities, assemblies, or school events. Your class is sure to stand out and shine as the most devoted group of kiddoes in the school!.
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Easily Prepare This Resource for Your Students
⬇️Use the Download button to download your copy of the black and white PDF file.
🖍️Make copies for your students, and let them go wild with crayons, markers, or if you are brave enough, paint!
✂️Cut out the crown. When complete, staple one of the paper strips included to each side and trim them to fit the student’s head. Attach in the back using a staple or tape.
Print on cardstock for added durability and longevity.
Don’t stop there! We’ve got more activities and resources that are sure to spice up your classroom celebrations!
Build a beautiful bulletin board for Red Ribbon Week with our Pledge to be Drug-Free Poster template.
Create and display your students’ pledges to be drug-free with a Red Ribbon Week printable pennant banner.
Inspire your students to make good choices and keep them safe from drugs and alcohol with a Red Ribbon week worksheet.