Summer vacations are going to end soon and the kids will be back to school in no time. I wonder how time flies so fast! I wanted to create an organizer for my little guy, something he would feel proud that he made it himself. So, we got into an activity with colorful papers that was fun and constructive at the same time.
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So, let’s get started with the ACTIVITY BOX:
I gave these colorful papers to my little guy to color in anything his heart desires. Usually, it’s his fantastic artwork with crayons, as you can see.
Once he was done with his artistic strokes, I cut the papers into rectangles and glued them onto the milk container, removing the top part. Finally, I gave the entire box a good coat of mod podge to seal and prevent the surface. I made a cute label using the foam core, and wrote “My Box” on it.
My boy is so thrilled to have his own handmade activity box. He loves to keep all his fun school things inside it. And it is spacious enough to carry a lot of items.
So what do you think? What is your favorite activity or project using paper with your kids? I would love to hear some good ideas to try next time!
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