Location: indoor or outdoor
Materials: contact paper, tissue paper shapes, construction paper shapes, yarn, etc.
Contact paper is a great way to work on a collaborative project without too much mess. Peel the paper off the back of the contact paper. Tape or pin the contact paper to a flat surface with the sticky side facing up. Invite children to assemble a collage on the contact paper, adding tissue paper, construction paper, yarn, etc one piece at a time.
- This can turn into a multi day project if you want, invite children to add more to the project using markers or crayons
- Hang in the window for "stained glass"
- Use leaves or other natural materials as part of the collage
What We're Learning:
- experimentation with different materials
- fine motor development
- language and vocabulary development