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This project will benefit children's motor skills (tearing and working with small pieces of paper) and their creativity (choosing colors, arranging shapes) and improve gluing skills. Remember to demonstrate and explain each step of the project.
Materials:
1. 1 sheet of green or blue construction paper
2. A dark green marker
3. A few pieces of brightly colored construction paper ( yellow, red, blue or purple)
4. Liquid glue (poured onto a paper plate) and a glue stick
Draw a few green stems with leaves on a sheet of green or blue construction paper.
leaves and stems for 3D flower

Show your child how to tear a medium sized (2 in.) piece of brightly colored paper and fold it into a small paper ball (see the Caterpillar project). Ask the child to dip each ball into liquid glue and stick them to the top of each flower stem. Show your child how to make flower petals by tearing small pieces of colored paper. Show the child how he/she can apply glue to each petal with the glue stick. Attach petals to the center of each flower as desired.
3D Flowers Art Project

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