Wrinkling paper is a lot of fun, but kids will be surprised to see they can use that technique to make interesting art! This is an amazingly easy activity to do too.
Paper crafts give the child a chance to express itself in a purely creative environment.
Developing the motor skills of a child is vital to their overall developmental process. You may not think of paper crafts in terms of building life skills, but a child that is given the task of creating something out of paper must use their brains to finish the task. Children build many problem-solving skills from paper crafting. In addition to problem-solving, your child will learn social skills and how to follow directions. Apart from these life skills, your child will earn the satisfaction of doing something with their own hands and they will be able to carry that confidence with them throughout life.
Paper crafts may seem like a small thing, but for a small child, it is the trivial things that often mean the most.
In This Issue
“Wrinkled paper art” was interesting and fun for children,
Each student wrinkled up a piece of tissue paper using a pencil. And then repeated this process as many times as possible.
Once finished, they were able to create a beautiful and unique art piece.