If you've ever wondered why parents encourage their children to do crafts during the holidays or even join them, the answer is that these kinds of activities can enrich and increase children's development in a wide range of ways.
If you're wondering what kind of growth children can experience through participating in such activities during a holiday, read the explanation below:
Promotes the development of visual processing abilities. Reading and math all require the ability to recognize patterns, recognize sequences, and rotate objects in space. These abilities are all fostered by crafting.
Enhances fine motor skills. Making crafts frequently requires children to paint, trim, bend, glue, and use other skills that assist them to develop their fine motor abilities.
Increases difficulty in executive function. In order for kids to learn target behavior, executive function is required. Making things helps with concentration and long-term memory, two skills that are important in both the classroom and daily life.
Promotes enjoyment and friendship. All ages of children like arts and crafts, and doing crafts together with an adult fosters a special, artistic link between the two.
Boosts one's sense of worth. When a project has been successfully completed, children are incredibly proud of themselves. They like to feel as though they are reaping the rewards of their efforts. When organizing activities, keep in mind that crafts shouldn't be so challenging or hard that children become bored with them.
Increases imagination and creativity. Children people can express their creativity and imagination through arts and crafts. Then, they can apply their inventiveness and creative thinking to other educational and recreational pursuits.
By creating this photo card with its unique Spanish moss wreath border, you may liven up your family reunion by sending wishes from the children or the entire family.
If you want to make the wreath card, you need to make a circle out of a black-and-white photo of the family, your pets, or your children and glue it to the front of a simple card.
Hot glue can be used to assemble Spanish moss pieces into a wreath around the image. By applying it, fasten a little bow to the wreath's base. At the bottom of the card, attach a ribbon and some rick rack embellishments.
Rudolph, everybody's favorite Christmas cheer-spreader, wants to send you a cheerful red greeting.
How to create the card: a little craft cork, cut in half. Add eyeballs and eyelashes with a black marker. Use glue to secure a tiny red pompom. A basic card's front should have cork adhered to it. Make antlers and a greeting with a fine-tipped brown felt marker.
On the card's fold edge, attach a ribbon embellishment. Ta-da! That’s what your Rudolph card looks like.
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Making special holiday greeting cards is one of many timeless activities to do. Make this pop art Christmas card in the shape of a tree with your kids if you're searching for a distinctive card for the holidays by following the instructions below:
Materials required for the card:
Steps to do in making the card: