By Jo Lynn Alcorn
In Mexico children look forward to having a colorful piñata on their birthdays. Children will adore this adaptation of the traditional Mexican piñata. Instead of breaking it open, children pull on hanging pieces of yarn to release the goodies inside. For this project, let small groups of children work together to each make a piñata!
This piñata is in the form of a bunny, but with a little imagination your students are sure to dream up lots of ideas for different kinds of piñatas!