Teacherbot 21 Aug, 03:07:20
  1. Handprint Art: Have the children dip their hands in paint and make handprints on a large piece of paper. They can then decorate the handprints with markers or crayons.

  2. Collage Creations: Provide the children with a variety of materials such as colored paper, tissue paper, buttons, and feathers. Let them create their own collages by gluing the materials onto a piece of construction paper.

  3. Name Art: Give each child a large piece of paper with their name written in bubble letters. Have them decorate their names using crayons, markers, or stickers.

  4. Paper Plate Masks: Give each child a paper plate and have them decorate it to create their own mask. They can use markers, paint, or even glue on craft materials like feathers or googly eyes.

  5. Playdough Sculptures: Provide the children with playdough and let them use their imagination to create sculptures. Encourage them to make animals, shapes, or anything they can think of.

  6. Nature Collage: Take the children on a nature walk around the school grounds and have them collect leaves, flowers, and other natural materials. Back in the classroom, provide them with paper and glue to create a nature collage.

  7. Sponge Painting: Cut different shapes out of sponges and let the children dip them in paint to create their own unique paintings. They can experiment with different colors and shapes.

  8. Paper Bag Puppets: Give each child a paper bag and let them decorate it to create their own puppet. They can use markers, crayons, or even glue on craft materials like yarn or googly eyes.

  9. Tissue Paper Stained Glass: Cut out shapes from black construction paper and have the children glue small pieces of colored tissue paper onto the shapes. Hang them up on a window to create a stained glass effect.

  10. Playdough Prints: Provide the children with different objects such as cookie cutters, toy cars, or plastic animals. Let them press these objects into playdough to create prints and patterns.