Therapy Idea of the Week: Simple Kids Flower Sewing for Fine Motor Practice
Here is a really cute idea posted on the excellent blog Childhood 101 Would be a fun ‘craftivity’ for Mother’s Day!
We attend a great playgroup once a week and this was one of our recent creative projects – a cardboard flower with holes punched for threading a long length of wool through. I thought it was a great idea and immediately thought to make a more permanent version for Immy’s sewing basket.
So out came the plastic canvas again. I traced the flower and cut it out. Completely unnecessarily in terms of function, I decided to thread pink wool around the outer edge of the flower to make it a little more visually appealing. Then it was ready to sew.
Read the Rest of this Craftivity Blog Post on Childhood 101
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