It is possible to prepare many cutting exercises only using an A4 paper. You can draw funny faces, shapes, flowers etc. This time try adding theme on it. you can use even newspaper, if you don’t have colored papers at home. Following the lines while cutting develops hand-eye coordination, as well.
Newspapers are great for crafting. If you cut a bunch of newspaper in the shape of a butterfly at the same time and tie it in the middle with a jute rope, you will have wonderful butterflies.
Creating DIY decorations is always too much fun. Cut a circle from cardboard and make holes around this circle. Cut long strips of fabric and thread them through the holes and knot them.
While making this scissors activity, you can learn about colors, talk about emotions and facial expressions.
This is very simple cutting exercise to foster fine motor skills and great for developing tiny hand muscles.
Handmade gifts are very special, aren’t they? The best part I love is fostering creativity while crafting with the kids. They choose the colors, patterns for their own crafts. I should admit that I also enjoy crafting a lot, especially when the final product becomes a beautiful decoration in our home.
It is always too much fun to bring different colors of magazines/newspapers in together. I love this kind of art projects because they are always so original and unique.
It is on your hands to make your place a more beautiful place to live. We made a few pompoms and hanged them on the window. It has been the source of happiness for us for the last 3 days. You should show your kids that they can make themselves happy with just a few simple touches. 💜💜💜
This time we used sponges instead of beads. It has different texture. It is both practical and fun. 💜💜💜 All you have to do is cut the sponge into the pieces and string them with a plastic needle.
You can prepare an amazing rescue game with yarn and toys. No need to use only dinos, you can use also cars, animals, wooden blocks etc. It is very nice scissors exercise and a great way of teaching the kids to help others. 🙂