A work is an exceptionally good idea for open classes with parents. A child keeps beside his/her face a Plexiglas clip frame of A4 format or rigid foil, and a parent who can see a child’s face on the transparent surface using a marker. A redrawn drawing of a face is painted by a child. One can also draw a frame and an original portrait of a head.
A child covers a sheet from a technical pad with a thick layer of colour using poster paints. Then with the opposite side of a brush draws, or rather scratches a silhouette of a girl or other patterns on this sheet of paper.
First, children cut out three circles of different sizes from various pieces of colour blotting paper and a white sheet of paper fold in half along its longer side. The pupils put colour circles to a one side of a sheet of paper from the top – in order from the smallest to the largest one. Children soak brushes in water and cover an eye made from blotting paper.
First, children take aluminium foil an d make two rolls of it-shorter and longer. A longer one will serve as its “legs” – one should band and glue it in the lower half of a white sheet of paper. A short roll – are ‘hands’ of our robot. One should place them more or less in the middle of a sheet of paper. Next our pupils cut out two rectangles from coloured paper.
When you want to prepare tasty spaghetti, children should first cut out from coloured paper a blue, rounded plate. Then pupils glue around a bowl created in this way decorative, a few red rectangular and other, varying ornaments. A yard glued in the middle creates strands of spaghetti. Crumpled pieces of blotted paper will be tomatoes, meat and other additions to a meal.
When you want to create modern, stylish patterns one must cut out a piano shape from a sheet of a technical pad. Then children soak it in water and paint colourfully to make various, diluted and rolled up patterns. After a sheet of paper dries out, they glue a template of a drawn keyboard. An instrument is already ready to play.
First children cut out a rectangular shape from creased paper. The next activity is to smear on it colourful plasticine – patterned shapes, imitating Persian embroidery will be created on a magic blanket. Then pupils are to bend slightly an end of paperboard. A magic item look as if it has just taken wings. The next step is to mould from plasticine a jinn figure, an Arabian ghost who controls a carpet.