Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Glue Sponge

I found this terrific idea on Pinterest from Lynsey Atkinson. This is called a glue sponge. What you do is cut a sponge and put it into a plastic container. Once inside the container fill it with Elmer's glue (or any kind of white glue).Children can rub their cut-up pieces of paper over the sponge. No more glue bottles or messes

Books related to topic---

Let's Sticker & Paste!
In this book, children first learn to place stickers onto colorful backgrounds to make lively scenes. As they make their way through the book, children develop fine motor control and spatial reasoning skills by pasting paper parts and objects on to designated spots in order to complete fun art projects. Ages 2 and up. Available on Amazon

I Can Cut and Stick

The projects in this book are very appealing , but involve very simple cutting and sticking. They include a glittering firework, bright paper sunflowers, a gold doily crown and a monster mobile. Available on Amazon
Happy crafting and reading from Fran and Friends!


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