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Whenever an art project is done with children ages 3 and younger, close adult supervision is required to ensure safety. Adults cut and staple pages for children 3 and younger.
Encourage children to work in small groups to make albums. They benefit by making decisions together.
Use photos regularly to record children as they learn through spontaneous play. Take photos of field trips and write experience stories. Post this documentation for families and children to see.
Make a class photo album, starring each other. Sort through photos. Find a photo of 1 child, 2 children, and so on up to 10 children in one photo (you may need to combine them).
Fold five sheets of construction paper in half to make pages for your photo album. Children age 4 and older cut along the fold with Crayola® Scissors. If you are 3 or younger, use whole pages or ask an adult to cut for you.
Glue one picture to each page with Crayola® Glue Sticks.
Use a Crayola® Construction Paper™ Crayon to write the number of children in the photo. Make a decorative frame around each picture.
Cut a file folder in half for a cover (an adult cuts or leaves it whole for children 3 and younger). Decorate it with a photograph and crayon design highlights. Staple the album pages inside.
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Creating a quilt block is a great way to combine math, history, literature and art into one fun project.
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