Have you ended up with extra sets of empty matchboxes and you don’t know what to do with them? Well, how about turning them into little containers to store your child’s craft and stationery items? Here’s what you can do with a matchbox art holder!
This activity will:
- Teach your child to recycle old matchboxes
- Boost his/her creativity
- Keep your child away from TV/Smartphone
Parental involvement: High
Duration: 15 minutes
Skills Acquired: Creativity, Fine Motor, Confidence
- Coloured paper
- A pair of scissors
- Sketch pen
Instructions for Matchbox Art Holder:
- Glue a coloured sheet over the match box. Leave the top and bottom part as is
- Slide the matchbox open and cut the top end.
- Add slits on either side and fold it outwards to make the holder.
- Glue bits of coloured paper in random on the holder.
- Put your stationery inside.
Your matchbox holder is done!
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