Leaf Shaped Writing Paper

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So to make this collage I used the following: – White card – Craft glue / glue stick – Mini leaf-shaped paper punch (I used a maple leaf punch like this one) – Colored paper in a range of fall colors* *I used a mix of plain paper and scrapbooking paper (there are some lovely colors in this Hello Fall collection), but you could also use cutouts from magazines or scrap paper.I printed out a maple leaf outline that I found on Clker – although you could draw one instead.

So to make this collage I used the following: – White card – Craft glue / glue stick – Mini leaf-shaped paper punch (I used a maple leaf punch like this one) – Colored paper in a range of fall colors* *I used a mix of plain paper and scrapbooking paper (there are some lovely colors in this Hello Fall collection), but you could also use cutouts from magazines or scrap paper.I printed out a maple leaf outline that I found on Clker – although you could draw one instead.

In addition, they will communicate what they have learned about leaves in quantitative terms.

The activities in this lesson will challenge students to consider how standard units of measurement help clarify for others what they are trying to convey.

In the second part of this lesson, students will become more familiar with the seasonal changing of leaves.

They will realize that these and other changes repeat themselves, and that these patterns of change are called cycles and are part of our environment.

Experiment with different leaves and different combinations. A collage with just a few leaves or a collage that is almost all leaves?

Display your child’s gallery of leafy creatures to show off her creativity.I applied a glue stick to the inside of the leaf outline and F carefully placed all the punched leaves.As predicted, he didn’t fill the outline but that’s OK – I like his version too!This collage activity worked on three different fine motor skills – hand-eye coordination to get the paper in the slot of the punch, hand strength to operate the punch, and pincer grasp to pick up those fiddly little bits of paper!We are back again for another fun and exciting week with the Virtual Book Club for Kids!Like a lot of the arts and crafts that we make, I try it out by myself the first time.This helps me practice, irons out any potential problems and gives my son an idea of what we are aiming for.Collect leaves of various sizes and textures and encourage her to make animals and work them into a piece of art.Her work can be ½ drawing, ½ leaves or all leaves, the choice is hers to make.We then spelled out Leaf Man with our new leaf letters.And then we made our own leaf man to go with the one in the book Later on, we’ll head to the park with our 3 part cards to see if we can find the types of leaves and other objects in the book.

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