Crafts and Art are an essential element of the educational process in general. It helps the child to expand the boundaries of his capabilities, learn to express emotions, and translate a view of the world into creative activity.

Rainbow Unicorn (4+)

Application of unicorn with the curly main maybe exciting to make for kids as well as for parents. This task develops fine motor skills, cutting abilities, creativity.

You will need:

  • Color paper
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Markers
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Rainbow Unicorn (4+)

Application of unicorn with the curly main maybe exciting to make for kids as well as for parents. This task develops fine motor skills, cutting abilities, creativity.

You will need:

  • Color paper
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Markers
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At first, cut color paper in lines.

Then, offer an already cut unicorn silloutte or let your child to cut it by themsselves out of white paper.

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Then, offer an already cut unicorn silloutte or let your child to cut it by themsselves out of white paper.

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Then attach colorful lines as mane and curl them so the mane is curly.

The last stage is to draw an eye, mouth and any patter a child wants.

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The last stage is to draw an eye, mouth and any patter a child wants.

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Lines with secrets (2+)

A child develops fine motor skills, gets to know color composition and different graphic lines.

You will need:

  • Watercolor
  • Brush
  • Watercolor paper
  • Piece of a candle

Show your child that he/she can make different lines with a candle. They can be “angry” or “happy”.

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Show your child that he/she can make different lines with a candle. They can be “angry” or “happy”.

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Then, start to cover a paper with watercolor and the lines will start to reveal themselves. You can discuss with your child color mixtures or make an autumn landscapse with yellow and red paint.

Built your own tower

Try with your child to create unusual constructions. This task will develop spatial thinking, sense of proportion and gives a little bit of a feeling of how to be an architect.

You will need:

  • Wooden sticks (one may use skewers)
  • Plasticine
  • Twine
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Built your own tower

Try with your child to create unusual constructions. This task will develop spatial thinking, sense of proportion and gives a little bit of a feeling of how to be an architect.

You will need:

  • Wooden sticks (one may use skewers)
  • Plasticine
  • Twine
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Using plasticine as connector create a desired construction. (You can draw in on paper at first)

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Let’s dry your laundry!

This fun craft can help to develop fine motor skills, to be creative fashion designer or maybe discuss what people were using before dryers.

You will need:

  • Plasticine
  • Twine (or some other not very thin string)
  • Color paper
  • Glue
  • Markers
  • Scissors
  • A paper for the background

At first, let’s create pillars for our dryer: stretch plasticine with a finger as if it’s paint in a form of two pillars. Then, attach a twine by little pieces of plasticine.

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At first, let’s create pillars for our dryer: stretch plasticine with a finger as if it’s paint in a form of two pillars. Then, attach a twine by little pieces of plasticine.

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Outline the clothes on color paper and cut it out.

Fix pieces of clothes with glue close to the twine and add some plasticine as pins.

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Fix pieces of clothes with glue close to the twine and add some plasticine as pins.

Craft Pizza

This task will suit even the youngest pizza fans. It develops fine motor skills and imagination.

You will need:

  • Paper plate
  • Glue
  • Marker
  • Scissors
  • Color paper (red, green, black, yellow)
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Craft Pizza

This task will suit even the youngest pizza fans. It develops fine motor skills and imagination.

You will need:

  • Paper plate
  • Glue
  • Marker
  • Scissors
  • Color paper (red, green, black, yellow)
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Place a plate in front of a child upside down. Ask a child to press it down to straighten it. Start to glue layers: marinara sauce, pepperoni, salad, black olives and cheese.

You can offer a child any other products that child likes.

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Snowy city

While New Year is getting closer, we always want to add some more magic in our life. This wonderful winter application could help to develop cutting skills, application structure.

You will need:

  • Color paper (dark blue and 3 other colors to make buildings)
  • Shiny paper for confetti
  • 3-4 cotton pads
  • Golden stars
  • Glue
  • Scissors

Mark rectangles for the buildings together with a child. Offer kids to cut them out. Then cut stripes out of shiny paper and then little rectangles for windows.

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Mark rectangles for the buildings together with a child. Offer kids to cut them out. Then cut stripes out of shiny paper and then little rectangles for windows.

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Use sone cotton pads cut in have to create snow piles, or maybe take some cotton from inside to create fluffy tops of the building.
Please, draw child’s attention to the proper use of glue: one put it first onto paper and cotton on top, otherwise cotton will stick to the glue.

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