Create a Mother’s Day gift while learning, too!

Instructions:
Have you child sit in a comfortable work space and preferably in a child-sized chair. Help them peel the adhesive backing on the heart shape and allow them to rip, twist and crumple various pieces of tissue paper into small pieces and place on the sticky-side of the heart shape to decorate the heart. How about a Mother’s Day craft idea that you can do with Fundanoodle?! Your child can enhance their fine motor skills while creating a beautiful piece of art (made with love, of course!) for a grandmother, aunt, or mother for Mother’s Day!
Materials you’ll need:
• Adhesive heart shape
• Adhesive star shape
• Tissue paper
• Work area

Instructions:
Have you child sit in a comfortable work space and preferably in a child-sized chair. Help them peel the adhesive backing on the heart shape and allow them to rip, twist and crumple various pieces of tissue paper into small pieces and place on the sticky-side of the heart shape to decorate the heart.

If you have a child that needs to move around more while working (in other words, they would very much rather be playing) have them stand at an easel and have them repeat the steps listed above to decorate the star shape.

If you have a child that needs to move around more while working (in other words, they would very much rather be playing) have them stand at an easel and have them repeat the steps listed above to decorate the star shape.

And at the end … they will have a work of art and you’ll have a smile for knowing your child was learning all along!