Preschool Paper Crafts: 25 Creative Crafts to Practice Hand-Eye Coordination & Scissor Skills (Paperback)
Keep little hands busy with 25 fun and simple paper crafts for ages 3 to 5
Developing fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination is so important for preschoolers, and paper crafts are the perfect way for little hands to practice. This book comes with 25 adorable projects that include easy instructions and simple templates for kids to cut out. The best part? Each craft requires only a few materials that you probably already have at home.
What sets this preschool crafts book apart from other scissor skills activity books:
- Help them build their skills—Toddlers can improve their dexterity, and become better coordinated, as they cut out a twirly snake, an interactive sailboat, royal hand puppets, and more.
- Bond as you craft together—Enjoy quality time with your little one and watch them learn as they create these cute projects with your help.
- Spark their creativity—Get kids excited about creating crafts using only scissors, a few simple supplies, and the one magical (and affordable!) material that always comes through for kids: paper.
Focus on your child's fine motor development while making happy memories with this scissor skills preschool workbook for kids.
About the Author
STEFANIA LUCA was born in Romania and lived in Belgium for a while before moving to the United States. She lives with her husband, Dan, their two young boys, and two guinea pigs in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Whenever she is not creating kids’ crafts, she likes to spend time outdoors, gardening, biking, camping, or snow-tubing in the winter. For more of her easy kids’ craft ideas, visit NonToyGifts.com.
"This book is packed full of colorful crafts that preschoolers will love. The easy-to-follow instructions and simple templates mean that creating these crafts couldn't be easier." —Louise Mcmullen, creator of Messy Little Monster, www.messylittlemonster.com
"I appreciate that this craft book includes templates in full color. A perfect bank of low-prep and no-prep projects that my preschool students can make with materials that we already have in the classroom. When waiting for the last children to be collected from the preschool, they can choose and make a project from the book (with very little tidying afterward)." —Rodrigo Macias, preschool teacher and founder of Box of Ideas, www.boxofideas.com
"This book is perfect for those times when you want to keep the kids busy doing something creative but don't have time to put an elaborate set-up together. The templates in the back are full color, and the crafts are easy for little hands to cut out and make. Best of all, it's low mess!" —Kate Grono, founder of The Craft Train, www.thecrafttrain.com