Letting your baby learn to make small pieces can not only help children learn things, but also enrich their lives and make their childhood full of joy. In the hand-made process, the children have to mobilize all the senses, not only the coordination of the left and right hands, but also the coordination between the hands and the brain. Through practice, there will be perceptual cognition, which will promote brain development.
Paper crafts require children to fold, cut or connect paper to make things that help develop their motor coordination. The below paper flower is a simple paper flower craft that your preschooler can make at home. Check out below step by step tutorial and have fun with your kids.
What you need:
- Paper in a variety of colors
- Stick glue