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Предлагаем раскрасить бумажную тарелку, делая отпечатки ватной палочкой. Ведь одно из наиболее важных условий успешного развития детского художественного творчества — разнообразие и вариативность форм, методов и приемов работы с детьми. Источник. Spider web from thread and dry branches. Gather a few dry branches from the park.

Spider web from thread and dry branches

They will help you make such a spider web. You will need: three dry tree branchesthreadand three metal fibers – for the spider’s legs Tie the three branches in the center as shown on the picture. Use the thread and make your web. For the hanging spider – you need a pompon and several pipe cleaners. Super Cool Kids Art Ideas: Name Snowflakes. When I first had the crazy idea to make Name Snowflakes, I honestly wasn’t sure how it would go but Immy and I actually found it very addictive!

Super Cool Kids Art Ideas: Name Snowflakes

Once both of our names were done, she insisted we work on making a collection for her school friends too! I just love how individual they are. I love that they can be used to combine art with math and that there is a good dose of fine motor skill thrown in too! Immy is in grade 2 and the drawing of the names was a little bit of a challenge for her, though the folding and cutting were no problem at all. Paper Plate (and Coffee Stick) LOOM. They are pretty, aren’t they?

Paper Plate (and Coffee Stick) LOOM

The best thing about them, however, is how easy they are. Paper Plate Weaving How To. I have to confess, that there are not “many paper plate crafts” on Red Ted Art yet.

Paper Plate Weaving How To

I am not sure why, but paper plates are not something we have in our house. But it was it was time to change that……… especially as it is such a fun material to work with. Quick 'n Easy Giant Paper Pinwheels. Summer Crafting Fun With The Kids Summer is fast approaching, and we are giddy with anticipation in our house.

Quick 'n Easy Giant Paper Pinwheels

I can’t wait to spend some extended hours outside with my daughter, after the endless cold, wind and rainy this spring, and with that in mind am making lists of fun diy garden games and Summer Crafts to keep us both entertained. Summer wouldn’t be summer without colorful pinwheels spinning in the breeze so to get us Summer Fit we’ve started making Giant Color Popping Paper Pinwheels, ready to plant in the flower beds as soon as Sammy Sunshine decides to visit and stay awhile! And yes Sammy we want you to stay for a long while! – The essence of these color popping pinwheels is the strong color contrast. Begin by downloading the pinwheel cutting template here Reduce or enlarge the template for a variety of pinwheel sizes, palm size or giant…. you decide. Cut diagonal lines in from each corner as shown (don’t worry the guidelines for the length of line are on the template) Chromatography flowers - easy science craft (Guest Vlog)

Paper Chromatography Flowers. Today, I welcome the lovely people behind Whizz Pop Bang – a new and cool Kids’ Science Magazine.

Paper Chromatography Flowers

They share with us this great Science come Art activity — Chromatography Flowers. Whizz Pop Bang is has a kick starter fund raising campaign (only 11 days left), so if you want to be part of something exciting and new, head over to Whizz Pop Bang Support now and make a pledge! Use the power of science to make these gorgeously frilly flowers. Easy Kirigami Fish Craft. Howdy!

Easy Kirigami Fish Craft

For those of you living above the equator-- how's summer so far? I'm slowly recovering from illness (hooray!) Our days are packed with swim classes, trips to the library, play dates, and night time walks. Is it just me, or is summer just as busy as the rest of the school year? Lately, I honestly haven't had the time (or energy) to craft. Calder-Inspired Sculptures. As a child I really loved Alexander Calder's sculptures.

Calder-Inspired Sculptures

Whimsical and colorful, they let me see that art can be fun too! Today I'm sharing a really simple paper sculpture project inspired by Calder's large scale metal ones. They take only minutes to whip up and certainly would also make for fun scissor practice with younger kids as well! Kids Calder-Inspired Art Sculptures This post contains affiliate links. How to Make Colorful Kirigami Flowers. Spring is here!

How to Make Colorful Kirigami Flowers

La la la! Although our current grey skies don't exactly scream "warm, sunny, bursting-with-new-life weather," today's kirigami flower craft certainly does! How to Fold and Cut Kirigami Flowers This post contains affiliate links. Valentine's Day - Heart Shaped Snowflakes. Today, the 31 Days of Love series continues, with some pretty Heart Snowflakes from Deborah! This past month, we have been enjoying, wide and varied crafts from bloggers across the world – there has been something for everyone – for those of us with tots and babies, to those crafting for ourselves.

Deborah shares a cute craft and demonstrates that it IS possible to have a crafty session with several children! We thought the heart snowflakes were so cute, that we had a go ourselves. Below are a mix of Deborah’s and our photos. How to Make a Paper Snowflake Tutorial. Dec24 by Lindsey Boardman Everyone knows that snowflakes in nature have a six sided symmetry, but most people shy away from making their paper snowflakes mimic nature in this way.

Partly because we think it’s easier to fold and cut an eight- sided snowflake. Here’s a quick and easy way to fold yourself a six-sided one, without having to guess or measure how to fold something in thirds. Once you know this trick you’ll want to make all your paper snowflakes have six-sided symmetry. You can use any paper for this, letter sized, A4 size, or perfectly square. The steps above show how to fold your paper. Snowflakes, Paper Snowflake Patterns and Snowflake Pattern. Wycinanki matematyczne. Symetryczne kolorowe kleksy. Mini paper medallions {hello 2013!} Hello everyone! I hope you’ve all had a lovely Christmas and New Year. We took our decorations down a few days ago which is always a bit sad :-/ so I made a few new decorations to hang up in their place. Paper medallions have been around for aeons.

I remember making them when I was a kid. I’ve seen a few pinned on Pinterest lately so I think they are making a bit of a comeback. The medallions I made are quite dinky (about 6 – 10cm in diameter). All you need is A4 paper, scissors, glue and thread so you don’t even need to go to the craft store (not sure whether that is a good or bad thing!). + A4 Paper + Scissors + Ruler + Needle (for scoring) + Thread + Double sided tape/glue + Printable templates (all files are at the bottom of the post) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7 & 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. You can of course make bigger medallions.