Children should paint an empty roll of toilet paper with yellow paint. The next task is to staple a top of the roll (using a stapler). This place can be later covered with red blotting paper as a shape of a hen comb. Elements cut out from a red sheet of paper will serve as legs and a bill. The last addition is movable eyes and yellow, feathered wings of a fluffy little one.
We draw a template on Bristol board, cut a stripe and “windows”, the we bend a stripe in marked points – walls and a roof are ready. We glue a bird feeder in a place describes as “glue”. We glue birds in any quantity and in any place- my birds have dimensions about 4x6.5cm.
First, a tutor prepares materials for children. One should draw a semi-circular shape of a snow house built with bricks using a blue felt-tip pen on a white sheet of paper. Then we cut it – an easy puzzle is created. On a sheet of coloured paper – which serves as a background, we draw with a pencil the same shape (also bricks).
We fold in half a white sheet of a technical pad, then we unfold it and on one of the half outline a glove. We fill it with poster paints and then fold a sheet of paper once again (in the same place as at the beginning), “iron” with a hand for a while and then unfold again.
An image which is created from ready self-adhesive felt stands glued to paperboard.
Children cut out several circles from a green paper. After bending in half they will be a branch of our evergreen pine tree. One should glue them doubled, in order form the smallest to the largest, to a sheet of paper which is a background of a picture. White, bird’s feathers are snow drifts, and small pieces of torn blotting paper are like snowflakes falling down from the sky.