Celine from the blog "Learning by having fun" offers you a small DIY ….
DIY for more than 5 years: geometric shapes! (a way to make maths with fun).
- Take a large white sheet and prepare a palette of paint.
- With a brush for each color to not mix the colors.
Make children do the following forms: dots, circles, squares, dots, tasks, footprints, spirals, doodles, ovals, scribbles, stars, and all that inspires them!
DIY for younger: hand in negative on colored dots.
- Take a white sheet and make the fingerprint (pencil) of the child's hand in the center.
- Then on this sheet, the child choose to make color dots with the paint, trying not to mix the colors!
When it's dry, cut out the child's hand. We get two works of art!