Does your child like the Beetle car? Does she/he know where the name originated from and what the car has been designed to resemble? A beetle, the bug, of course! Teach your child to create a 3D art paper ladybugs craft by following our easy steps! These will look good as decorations and also as greeting cards for occasions!
This activity will:
- Enhance your child’s creativity
- Teach your child about insects and bugs
- Keep him/her away from TV/Smartphone
Want to teach your child about animals? Here's a free worksheet.
Materials You’ll Need:
- Black, green, and pink paper
- Black sketch pen
- Circular object
- White and black paint
Instructions for 3D Art Paper Ladybugs:
- Draw circles on pink paper and cut them out.
- Draw dots on the circles.
- Draw and cut out a face.
- Fold the circles and stick them side by side on the green sheet.
- Stick the head.
- Paint eyes and add the antennae.
Your ladybug in 3D is ready!
Your child can also add more effect to it by adding legs and hands!
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