#Play & #Learn Weekend Kiddie Art: Simple Colored Paper Collage





Weekend art activity is something my two sons look forward to each week. A colored paper collage is what we have agreed to do this time. Another quick and easy art activity which requires minimal equipment and materials. 


Materials needed:
A pair of scissor
Colored papers in different colors
White bond paper
Glue or paste










Directions: 
1.Let your child think of an object
2.Cut the colored paper in to small pieces of different sizes.
3.Paste or glue the cut out pieces to the white bond paper according to the object/figure of their choice. 
4.There should be no spaces left in between the colored papers






This activity allows him to be very creative. He looks so focused on what he is doing.



Look at the fruit of their hard work. I can't begin to describe how happy they get every time they are both done on every single art activity we do. The smiles on their faces, the excitement on their voices gosh, priceless.



Learning Points:
Develops patience 
Concentration  
Creativity
Discovering potentials




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About Leilani Gamboa

Lai is mommy to two boys. A breastfeeding advocate, a part time blogger, and works as Virtual Assistant since 2013. Coffeeholic, make-up enthusiast, planner junkie.
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7 comments:

  1. I think I will be trying this project with my daughter soon.

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    1. thats good, your daughter will have fun for sure. :)

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  2. Wow those collages look so cool! I don't remember ever trying to make paper collages like that. very creative

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  3. This is a very nice activity for kids.. :-)

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  4. I think you have a misspelling at your post title. About this weekend activity, it's really cool for kids.

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    1. Spotted! thanks so much for pointing that out or else I would not have noticed.

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  5. I remember when I was on my first grade, my project on paper collage got distinction and it was posted on the school's bulletin board outside. I felt empowered! HAha :)

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