Tissue Paper Globe
How we did it:
- watercolor paper or thick cardstock
- tissue paper in greens and blues
- white glue
- circle shape
Gather your materials, including a circle shape to trace.
Place the circle shape onto your paper and have your child trace the circle. Next, cut down your tissue paper pieces into small squares. These activities enable your child to practice cutting and tracing which will help them improve their fine motor skills.
Using your tissue squares and glue, scrunch the paper, then dip the paper ball into the glue.
Next, place the glue-dipped, green and blue tissue paper squares onto the paper within the traced circle shape.
And, there you have it—a simple and beautiful tissue paper globe.