Colours and Shapes vol 2

1,5 years later, we still do this, we just build different stuff and use different shapes:

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Free But Fun

Easy but fun way of making cards and art for the walls already at a young age: precut paper in various shapes and colours, take out a glue stick, and off you go.

My boy was about 1 year and 3-4 months when we did something like this the first time. He quite enjoyed just choosing the bits and distributing them, on the paper, and initially I helped him glue them. When the kids have grown older, I have also shown them that by putting e.g. tree triangles on top of each other, you can make a spruce three. After giving a few ideas like these, my daughter, now 3, has herself used various shapes to build a house with windows etc. Creating these type of art has given a natural opportunity to train colours and shapes with kids too (as our kids grow up speaking 3 languages we are…

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  1. Aren’t these so cute. And so simple.

    1. So true, a very relaxing activity!

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