By engaging with your child, you are not only spending time together and teaching them the value of work, but also:
- you are developing fine motor skills of the fingers and hand-eye coordination;
- you are developing a sense of composition and color perception;
- you are nurturing artistic abilities and fostering the development of aesthetic taste;
- you are also fostering a rich imagination, encouraging bold imagination, and nurturing creative abilities;
- you are also teaching how to use tools, follow through with tasks, and critically evaluate one’s own work
We suggest you make fall picture for kids made of paper leaves.
So, for this project, you will need:
- leaf templates;
- colored paper;
- scissors, glue, pencil.
Fall picture for kids is an interesting and unique art project. It’s like a mosaic where large and small elements come together. In the center, there are leaves, while the rest of the space is filled with a scattering of colorful confetti.
Let’s get started. Cut out three different leaf shapes. In our case, it’s maple, oak, and aspen leaves. You can use our leaf templates for cutting or any other templates that you like.
Fall picture for kids made of paper leaves
We used red, yellow, and orange paper. It’s no wonder because these colors are everywhere during this season. From the remaining scraps, we cut small pieces. It turns out to be a colorful and vibrant confetti of different shapes and sizes.
We place the leaves on the cardboard wherever you like and glue them in place.
We glue thin strips along the outer contour. Autumn in a frame!
And now we fill the remaining spaces with finely cut confetti.
And here is our finished work. We’ve created a beautiful autumn panel. It’s vibrant, colorful, and eye-catching. At the same time, it’s very simple, and a child can easily handle it on their own.
Did you like our artwork for the exhibition? We invite you to take a look at a few more of our creations. Here is a very cute hedgehog made from leaves. We also have an absolutely stunning tree made from colorful paper. And even a basket made from paper rings with mushrooms.
Create and grow with us! See you at the next lesson!