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With this activity the children will be having pure fun as many of them would like to do this sticking activity. Moreover, this is a simple activity as it involves just peeling of the stickers and sticking them. By peeling stickers and sticking them children will be developing their fine motor skills and are also encouraged to think and imagine and present their creation using stickers. 

This colander activity is simple it’s an engaging activity and children get engrossed in it. This improves their fine motor skills and the children learn to use their action fingers in an efficient manner. Thus it also contributes to their pencil grasping skills. With the help of such activities children learn to get a static tripod grasp.

Name Collage

Category Art and Craft

A fun activity for children to collage their name and get to know each other.

Edible Paint

Category Art and Craft

Editable paint that babies and toddlers can enjoy to use while painting.

Puffy Paint

Category Art and Craft

Children will have fun painting with puffy paint which puffs up when it dries. 

A sweet flower bouquet full of a child's fingerprints that can be kept forever.

Materials Needed:

  • Coloured paper.
  • Acrylic paint – pink, red, purple, blue, yellow, etc.
  • Green marker
  • Ribbon
  • Glue dots
  • Scissors

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

Using cut pieces of paper, children can spread love to their loved ones on Valentines Day.

For Valentine's Day, using a child's handprints and footprints you can let other's know they are loved.

Fork Fireworks

Category Art and Craft

Use forks to create these simple fireworks.

Let's celebrate with these spectacular colourful fireworks! Easy to make and it's messy and fun!

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