Super easy and lovely art project for rainy days. If you want to keep the orange slices still edible, you can use food coloring, too.
In this colorful activity you can see many learning skills. Giant pipe cleaners are awesome for many play ideas. I know it might be quite difficult to be able to find giant ones but no worries normal pipe cleaners also works great for this activity.
My 3 yo boy made this for mother’s day. It is super simple and fun to make. We used flower shaped cutter to create ours. Scissors can be used, too. My son really loved to glue them and great his own flower garden. 🌸🌼🌸
Nature makes everything look adorable, right?! You can prepare your own card to send on special days to your besties. ❤️ Or you can put this little art into a tiny frame to hang on the wall. 🌼🌼🌼 Don’t forget to drop a lovely note under your craft!
Here is another cardboard puzzle idea for you. While matching colors and patterns, you can learn about symmetry, too. Very easy to make.
You can create many options with this idea. Addition, subtraction, division and multiplication.
Have you seen our newspaper stuffed sea animals yet? This time we used cardboard to create our newspaper sea animals. Adding more glitter makes the craft look more shiny, right?!
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.
Just using a piece of cardboard create your own heart. And don’t forget that a bottle of glitter always makes the heart more shiny.
Who loves handmade rugs? It has been very nice sewing practice for us.
We will be happy to see your creations if you give it a go. Don’t forget that pre-holes make it easier and more fun for little ones to practice sewing. Just grab your favorite color of yarn and cut a piece of cardboard, then start to design.
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