We're two days away from the big match between U.S.A. & England... so why not continue crafting to show some spirit?! Today M1 & I made a U.S. flag to keep up with the festivities. It's a great independent project for kids of any age. M1 did not do the cutting for the project, but an older child could absolutely do that on his/her own. She did enjoy gluing on the shapes & creating a flag of her very own. I enjoy how excited she is each time we finish a project... definitely very proud of her work!
Supplies- *Red, White & Blue Construction Paper, *Glue Stick, *White Paint, *Scissors, *Pencil (Used to trace the lines for an older child to cut along.)
2. Cut one large blue square, set aside.
3. One by one, glue the red strips & place them onto the white paper leaving a little space in between each strip.
4. Glue the blue square into place. (Upper left corner)
It's so fun for little ones to use different materials when crafting. M1 would have been thrilled to use foam for this project but I don't have any at the moment. So fun!
Bring on the weekend, we're looking forward to cheering for #15! Go U.S.A.