1) Piece of paper
2) Pencil colors and sketch pens
3) Velcro roll
4) Colored sheets
5) Fevicol and Scissors
Procedure- This easy DIY can be made by just drawing a tree on the sheet instead of using cloth and stick velcros using fevicol. You can start with single colour and gradually increase the colors.
This DIY will initially help in teaching colours one by one then sorting them, along with working on fine motor skills and hand eye coordination of your little one. This little DIY is your all in one solution to teach your little one colours and to keep them busy for good 20-25 mins.
1) Edible dough
3) Coloured Pasta or Pipes or Straws
Procedure- This activity requires minimal work. All you need is an edible dough(if baby still puts everything in mouth), insert the stick in the dough and ask them to stack pasta or pipe or straws in it. You can further create variety by asking them to stack colour wise or sequence wise or number wise. Lot many variations can be done in this single activity.
This will keep them busy, entertained, help in increasing their concentration and best of all will work on their fine motor skills. You can always make these activities more interesting by creating variations and increasing hardships for them.
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