First, a tutor cuts out its silhouette from a sheet of technical pad. Then children glue to an animal’s body pieces of white yarn and draw eyes and a mouth. Children create twisted horns wrapping gold ribbon around a pencil and glue its one end to the figure. Finally, they embed a lamb on a folded in half and cut piece of a paperboard pad.
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.
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).
An image which is created from ready self-adhesive felt stands glued to paperboard.
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.
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.
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.
Collected boxes in different sizes we cover and glue with white blotting paper, cotton wool, aluminium foil. We glue boxes together with Vicol glue and then using a double-sided tape on the shape of drawn or imaginary castle. We can decorate a castle with ready elements: stars, snowflakes, and animals from the North.
We draw any patterns on a sheet of coloured paper which we cover with a thicker layer of glue. We besprinkle a sheet with sugar. An excess of sugar we flick. Finally, we besprinkle it with brocade and put it aside to dry out.
We cut out a rectangle from creased paper and twist its one end. We glue to it a centre of a match box. We put a creature moulded from plasticine to the sledges. Such a toy may successfully be enjoyable for children.
The ancient Egyptians painted on the walls of their tombs which present everyday life and landscapes of ancient Egypt. We, like former artists, can make such a drawing on a piece of wallpaper carried from home. Its texture should resemble a little bit a wall of stone tomb. Now, let us imagine the ancient Egyptians. What could they present on such a drawing? Of course, famous pyramids.