Creative idea for kids - Colourful doodle flowers
Small but powerful
Maintaining the fun of one's own creativity – the most important thing for children! Children's creativity is preserved when they have plenty of time and space to try out things and receive small, unconscious encouragement. The doodle flowers can be used to develop gross and fine motor skills through playful fun and to create an initial feel for basic spatial planning. The children should let their creativity run free, let off steam and are unconsciously encouraged in a variety of ways.
Take a piece of white A4 paper and have the crayons ready. The scribbling can start! Scribble patterns, squiggles, lines and circles on the sheet of paper in different colours and according to your taste.
Let your creativity run wild with the colours. The more colourful, the better.
Draw a motif (e.g. a flower) with the pencil. Cut out the desired motif together with an adult.
Once you have cut out your motif, you can decorate it with lots of colourful pom-poms and a craft glue. Finally, stick the paper straw to the back of your flower (this should represent the stem of the flower).
What you need
|Noris® 965 Hobby scissors - Blistercard containing scissors with 14 cm blade
|965 14 NBK
Craft glue, 1x white paper (DIN A4), Pompom (in various colours), Paper straw
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