Last week at Crafting A Future I taught my 1st and 2nd grade girls how to draw wine glasses and goblets, and then how to make sweet little "silver" cups to represent the four cups at the Passover Seder, and a larger version to represent the goblet that we fill for Eliyahu HaNavi (Elijah The Prophet).
So, how does one draw a wine glass? Well, it's quite simple, first you draw a half circle/elipse for the base, then you draw the neck with two lines, then on top of that you draw another half circle, this one facing up, and on top of that you draw a square. Got it?
Once the girls were able to draw a wine glass, I had them draw one good one on cardboard, which they then used as a template to make the four cups. The cardboard cups were cut out pasted to aluminum foil, and then cut out again leaving a margin of aluminum foil around each cup. Fold the aluminum foil to the back, smoothing edges with fingers, and then add details with red and black permanent markers.
That's it, set aside little cups for a future project!