Wondering what’s next on our list that will cheer your little one and improve their handiwork? We have the perfect solution for you! Paper Flowers! This simple DIY activity will help you acquaint your child with a new type of flower – Peony – and give them room to get creative with paper.
During the course of this fun activity, you can tell them about different flowers, how they bloom and much more. Also, the use of paper will be another chance to teach them about recycling and creating beautiful things out of material that is otherwise considered waste.
Here’s how you can get started:
4 -5 plain or coloured tissue paper or square pieces of crepe paper
Stapler or a piece of string
Pro tip – Combine two different tones of the same colour for a dramatic effect. For example mix purple and lavender or light blue and dark blue etc. You can also use plain white tissues and use the toothbrush to spray it with paints of your choice.
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