Letter x is the 19th alphabet characters. We often see it become a template of things around us. However, the letter x is also often used as a core template to draw another object. It usually happens in crafting class. In crafting class, the teacher will give a template that contains the letter x. Then, the teacher will instruct the students to draw something out of it. Letter x can be a base template to draw butterflies. It’s pretty simple because the kids can just connect both sides of x and decorate it with a line pattern. Here’s the tutorial for creating butterfly art out of the letter x. First of all, prepare the x template first and printed it on white paper. Continue with connecting the left and right sides, You can draw it like half x or using the number 3 template. Draw it on both sides. Make the pattern as you wish. Draw the top part of the butterfly. The next step is coloring it. Butterflies in real life are so pretty. The butterfly forms of any color which amaze everyone. So, you have to make it more awesome by adding a beautiful color combination. You might need glitter for the final touch.
Make the butterflies in huge amounts and decorate your room with them. If you are going to decorate your room with butterfly paper, use the styrofoam that is cut into small dice then attach it to the butterfly to make it looks more 3D. For additional decoration, add flower and plant stickers to accompany your butterflies. It’s a kind of simple project that starts from the letter x but turns into a beautiful creation. The next one can be creating a hairpin from letter x. X template will look beautiful to place in your hair too. To create a hairpin out of x, you need to prepare the small x template in hairpin size, plain hairpin, wooden sticks, hot glue, cutter, and coloring spray. Print out the template first. Use it to measure your wooden sticks. Create your wooden sticks into x letter. Then, spray it with coloring spray. Left it until it’s dry. After that, attach the x wooden stick to a plain hair pin using hot glue. Rest it also make sure that your hairpins stick tightly. Now, your hairpin is ready to beautify your hair appearance. To make it more stunning, you can also add some additional details such as glitter, beads, pearls, and buttons. Imagine it will look really cute once you wear it.
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Painting always includes on kids' activities as their school project. there are several steps that you can apply in your class for painting the alphabet. The first one is painting the upper case of the alphabet using paper tape. You can use the X letter for this one. here’s a tutorial that you can follow. the first one that you have to prepare is paper tape, white paper, water-based painting, and a brush. For the paper, you need to prepare a white solid paper to avoid leaks. Cut the paper tape to form the letter x. then stick it out to the white solid paper and your students can start to paint the rest of the paper part. let them to use their creativity to paint the paper, they can use several color combinations to make it more stunning. After done with the painting, remove the X letters that form from paper tape. And the first painting design is done. It looks beautiful because the X itself is transparent over a colorful background made by painting. another design can be painting the alphabet using colored sands. Prepare the materials that you needed first. These are colored sands, paper glue, an alphabet bubble template, and white paper background. To create this one, you have to print the template on a white paper background. Then, glaise the glue into the template. Make sure that you are not glaze over the lines. After done with glazing, you can start to pour the colored sands into the template. Pour until it’s covered up by the sand. Let it dry and your painting sands alphabet is ready. It can be hung on your wall. If you want to appreciate your students for doing this work, you can hang it over the classroom walls. These are how you can paint alphabets. Both of these are very simple and easy to follow. It’s really appropriate to teach students in kindergarten using this method.
Alphabet songs remind us of childhood memory. That was our way to memorize the alphabetical characters. Flashback to that day, it was a fun day that we sang together with our classmates without any pressure. Talking about the alphabet song, did you know the person behind this childhood song?. According to a source, the alphabet song was copyrighted from Charles Bradlee’s song titled The School Master. It was released in 1834. If we listen to it carefully, the ABC song was on the same rhyme as Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. However, Twinkle’s was written by Jane Taylor in 1806. Meanwhile, the person who wrote ABC’s song is unknown. Even history of this song is unclear, it’s really a fun song that brightens our day in childhood. This song is still used to teach students on memorizing alphabet in a pleasant way.