Naturally as children, they love to interact with animals. They are drawn to animals as they look cute. First introduction can be shared by talking about animals from books and screens.
Naturally as children, they love to interact with animals. They are drawn to animals as they look cute. First introduction can be shared by talking about animals from books and screens. When you spot animals in the books during the bedtime stories, you can name the animals or when they watch a cartoon show like Paw Patrol, describe to them why they are called Paw Patrol and why dogs are the characters in it. Besides, you can also sharpen your children's skill in doing craft by making a 3D paper animal craft. This might be tricky for toddlers and preschoolers so you have to be cautious and patience in guiding them to make paper animal craft. Telling fables by using a 3D paper animal craft is also a good idea to explain to them about animal features and characters.
There are various ideas of paper animal craft that you can do with your kids. In fact that now it is much better to stay at home, it will be a nice yet productive activity with your kids to do. Making a 3D paper animal craft like paper animal dogs or squirrels. Making 3D paper animal crafts didn’t have to be a hassle for you to find at home because you can use paper like regular A4 paper or origami paper. A4 paper needs to be divided into 4 pieces. Besides, you can also create many other paper animal crafts by following pattern shapes in the tutorial.
Some children must have traumas with animals because they have accidents of being unintentionally attacked by the animal or because they are not common to see real animals before. Time after time, children become more common with animals and feel much more comfortable with them. There are various methods for parents to help children overcome their fear of animals. It is important to give them courage to interact with animals because we were all living in the same place and likely connected within each other. You can start by making stories and play with a 3D paper animal craft you made yourself. Make sure you have a dialogue with the children to get feedback of how and why they have those fearful feelings. Empower your child to overcome those feelings slowly. Admit to them that it is normal to be scared of things, but they have to be brave. Point some examples from your children's experience or yours, this can build some confidence in him to overcome things that scare your children.