Everyone has a phone and a very practical and easy gift for children to make is a DIY Mobile Holder. These can be given to dads on Father's Day and are very useful for dads to use at work or at home to hold their phones in. It's super simple to make and even babies and toddlers can decorate one for dad too! A great idea to gift dads this Father's Day.
One of the easiest and most efficient gifts to give Dads, Grandpa, Brother, Uncles and all father figures in a child's life is a key ring. Almost everyone carries keys with them and key rings are a simple touch to remind them that they are loved! Using a child's drawing you can make a simple keyring out of it and gift it for Father's Day. A little piece of art that can be carried forever!
The Mother's Day Colouring Pages are funny and cute colouring pages for children to colour, paint, and collage for Mother's Day. These are a cute way for children to express their love for mum on Mother's Day.
Bored of trying a lot of finger and palm print crafts? Then this one is for you! If you haven’t tried a footprint craft yet this footprint heart craft is the one you must try. It’s such a simple idea but makes a beautiful keepsake you can cherish for so many years. Yes, indeed this would make a great gift for the mothers as they would be surprised to see their little munchkins wish them with this beautiful piece of craft. And I bet its worth the little mess it creates!
This wonderful activity which involves the salt dough preparation and then making of flowers using them and then making magnets with these flowers is very interesting. Though a long process, children will enjoy doing it for their mothers. To start with the activity, you can simply ask the children if they could correlate their mums with flowers. Let them speak out and say what they find common in both – the flowers and their mums. This will build their capacity to form sentences and speak out their thoughts. At the same time, we are introducing them to the activity as well.
A sweet flower bouquet full of a child's fingerprints that can be kept forever.
Acrylic paint – pink, red, purple, blue, yellow, etc.
What to do:
Begin by making a square from the cardboard.
Fold one corner up until it makes a triangle. Then trim away the excess paper.
Unfold the triangle and place in front of you like a diamond. Fold one side over where it makes a point on the bottom. Then fold the other side, overlapping the first side, meeting at the point on the bottom.
Fold the overlapped points back. Then fold into place to make sure it’s positioned correctly.
Unfold the front flaps of the paper and begin making flowers.
Simply dip a child's fingertip into each coloured paints and dab the paper with dots
Let the flowers dry.
Use the green marker to draw stems and leaves down from the flowers
Finish the flower bouquet by cutting a strand of ribbon. Apply a glue dot to stick to the back of the paper and keep in place.
Hints and Tips:
Use glitter paints
Use child's drawings as bouquet wrapper
Get the child to decorate the wrapping
Reference: Mother's Day Flower Bouquet, Our Kids Things