Children have a task of reconstructing a prehistoric reptile from fossilized bones – matches. Children place skeletons of different dinosaur species on a black sheet of paper and glue it to the background. The next task is to cover a background with glue and sprinkle it with sand, (in layers of which one can find sometimes fossilized subjects).
We need a rectangle paper plate. It should be painted in black creating at the same time patches. Then we cut out a rectangle from a white sheet of paper – a head - and a smaller nose from a pink one. We make legs from an empty roll of toilet paper cut into 4 pieces – painted in white. We make a tail from paper, wool or lace.
We put crumpled newspapers to a unicolor knee sock, then we form legs from a creative wire, glue eyes from a felt mat.
Green blotting paper should be cut into wide strips, and then rolled and glued around a plastic plate beginning from an outside part. Then, one have to draw and cut out from white paperboard a template of eyes. We glue to it thin, rolled strips of green, white, and black blotting paper.