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Childish and simple craft work, seven creative suggestions

Give your child a variety of design and painting materials. Try using auto, pencil, gypsum and markers. For paperwork, use craft paper, newspapers, soft wrappings, or shopping bags sold at different sizes. The child also enjoys painting and copying shapes like circles, triangles and stars that have been cut from different papers.

According to koodakpress، Here are a few things you can use to help them get to know the world of art. Remember, your views have important and powerful effects on your childhood. Encourage him to experiment and experiment. Art and craft work allow the child to show his talent. Your child should know that there is no right and wrong or you should and should not be in the creation of art.

Painting
Painting is probably the first art your child experiences. Painting allows the child to express himself / herself creatively and is useful for the development of small muscles and the coordination of the eyes and hands. Painting is comfortable and can be done everywhere. What we do most of all in our life.
Give your child a variety of design and painting materials. Try using auto, pencil, gypsum and markers. For paperwork, use craft paper, newspapers, soft wrappings, or shopping bags sold at different sizes. The child also enjoys painting and copying shapes like circles, triangles and stars that have been cut from different papers.

Pencil case in the form of colored glass
Warning: This crushed candle pencils are somewhat edible, be careful not to miss their baby!
• Crushed pieces of pencil
• Mafin template, greasy
• Aluminum foil (optional)
This is a good way to use pencils of broken cymbals. Remove the pencil paper from the candles and pour broken pieces into well-greased muffs. (Or cover the inside of the mold with aluminum foil). The metal mold should be allowed to stand for a few minutes at 400 degrees Fahrenheit or 200 degrees Celsius until the candlestick melt. Remove the mold from the oven and let it cool completely before removing them from the mold. If you mix colors in molds, the circles look like colored glass and are great for staining.

Rainbow Pencil
Beautiful and light to hold with little hands!
• Crushed pieces of pencil
• Empty and clean metal cans
• Hot water tank
• 35mm film and blank film canisters
There is another way to use broken pencils. Remove pencils of candles and remove them according to their color. Each time, put a piece of color into empty metallic cans. Place metal cans in a hot or boiling water container to melt the candlestick. Pour a very small amount (approximately 1 cm high) into each film can. When the wax is tightened, add the second color the same way. When done, you’ll have a rainbow of laminated colors.

Pencil on a clamp
• Pin
• Crayons
• Paper
Pull the cloth around the pencil and encourage the child, while drawing a clip instead of a pencil. By doing this, he tries to use old and old things in a new and different way. Clamping the pencil makes the coloration different and interesting, although it only lasts for a few minutes.

Rainbow Painting
• Crayons
• tape
• Paper
Put two or more pencils together and ask the child to draw a painting. With these two or three-tier colors you will have interesting effects. If you want to create the exact colors of the rainbow, you will need purple, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange and red colors.

Mice with fingerprints
• Stomp
• Paper
• Pencil or marker
Ask the child to thumb his thumb in the stomp, then press on the paper. You learn how to kill the mouse’s ears and ears on a fingerprint to complete a mouse. Do this a couple of times to get the family of mice together. Use your thumb or your younger or younger siblings. Then compare the size of different fingerprints.

Self-portrait
• Extremely large leaves of newspaper paper (thin paper) or any other paper
• Mark, pencil or color
Ask the child to lie on the large paper floor. Draw a circle around it, then let it complete the details with a pencil or pencil. Tell me as much detail as possible: how is her hair? What color is his eyes? What clothes are worn? When done, hang her photo in her room or on the door to see it and be happy.

Nature colors
• Flower and plant that you collect on foot
• Crayons
• Paper
Go with the child to walk and bring flowers and plants to your home, such as grass, leaves, dandelions, and more. Placing them in the yard and encouraging the child to paint only with a pencil with a flower and a plant collected.

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