Grab Your Toddler and Make These Preschool Paper Crafts!
I needed an idea for some preschool paper crafts and decided to visited a local preschool to gain some inspiration. There's always great excitement when a visitor enters the kindergarten, and I was in for a big treat. This is what I saw when I entered the "gan".
It was a bulletin board celebrating Spring!
I have to give a great deal of credit to the teachers and aides who work in Gan Rimon. First, for the dedicated work that they do day in and day out, and secondly for always making me feel welcome when I visit! And not to be forgotten are all the budding artists that I run into....four and five year olds! Thank goodness there's no age limit on creativity.
Here's a closer look as to what the kids did!
Ready to make this craft? Let's see what we'll need:
White construction paper or poster board
Small bits of crepe paper
White glue or glue sticks
1. Always use our photos for reference.
2. Cut out flower shapes from the white poster board.
3. Crumple up small bits of the crepe paper to make little balls.
4. Let the kids glue the balls of crepe paper to the flower shapes.
5. Let the glue dry.
6. Now decorate a wall, bulletin board, door or window with your creation(s).
We're always curious about how our crafts worked for you. So... would you consider sending in a picture of your craft to be featured in our photo gallery? It's easy to do!