What are the ancient elements of life? Water, Earth, Fire, and… Air! What objects defy gravity and stay in the air for long? Aeroplanes, rockets… and parachutes! How about teaching your child about these objects – by creating some artistic wall decor? Make a 3D art paper parachute in quick and easy steps and decorate your child’s study room!
This activity will:
- Improve your child’s self-expression and confidence
- Look great as a wall hanging
- Keep your child away from the TV/smartphone
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Materials You’ll Need:
- Coloured paper
- A pair of scissors
Instructions for 3D Art Paper Parachute Activity:
- Draw and cut parachutes on four different coloured sheets.
- Fold them in half and attach them to each other.
- Double a string of yarn and pull it through the cut-outs.
- Stick a cup to the bottom of the yarn.
3D wall décor is done!
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