It’s time to get your kid ready for school. Is your child sulking because school is about to begin? Well, we just have a super duper stationery idea that will make him/her want to pack his/her bag right away! Take a look at this back-to-school strawberry notebook cover design activity! Cover your child’s notebooks in fruit designs and make them as colourful and unique as possible. A little bit of creativity will go a long way in making your child enthusiastic about school!
Parental Involvement: Medium
Duration: 15 minutes
Skills Acquired: Creativity, Coordination, Fine Motor
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- Coloured Paper
- A pair of scissors
- Sketch pen
Instructions for Strawberry Notebook Cover Design:
- Cover your child’s notebook with dark pink paper.
- Cut a strip of green paper and draw zig-zag lines with a sketch pen.
- Cut along the lines to get a leafy effect.
- Glue it on top of the book cover.
- Cut a square card in green paper and add ‘This Book Belongs To’. Write the name inside the card.
- Stick it onto the cover.
- Add a few black dots on the cover.
- Cut a small strip and stick the ends of the strip on the cover to form a pen holder.
Your strawberry book is ready!
Apart from this, you can also create notebook covers with other fruits—watermelon, lemon, orange, papaya, or your child’s most favourite fruit!
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