Butterfly with Popsicle Stick Materials: butterfly template, glue, popsicle stick, scissors, and tissue paper Steps: Cut out the butterfly template and glue the popsicle stick in the middle. Then, cut pieces of tissue paper and glue them around the butterfly wings.
Butterfly with Tissue Paper Materials: butterfly printout on card stock, glue, and tissue paper Steps: Cut out the butterfly and then rip, scrunch up, and glue on the tissue paper until all of it is covered.
Flower Card Materials: buttons (optional), construction paper, felt paper, glue gun, and scissors Steps: Fold the construction paper and half. Next, cut out felt paper and glue it on to make different flowers.
Flower Pot Materials: construction paper, glue, and scissors Steps: Cut out the pot and then the shapes for the flower. Glue them on and put it all together.
Tissue Paper Flower Materials: flower template, glue, scissors and tissue paper Steps: Cut the flower template and the glue on tissue paper.
Sunflower Surprise Materials: construction paper (yellow and black), glue, and scissors Steps: Cut a circle and 10-20 strips for the sunflower. Then, glue the strips on the circle, following a circular pattern.
Cat Card Materials: Glue, markers, scissors, and white printing paper Steps: Fold the paper in half and cut a semi-circle on the open side (not the creased side). Then, use one of the semi-circles to glue on the head and the other to make the ears and whiskers. Finally, design the cat card with markers.
Elephant Card Materials: construction paper, pencil, and scissors Steps: Fold the paper (suggest card stock paper or other tough paper) in half and then sketch the elephant lines with the legs drawn towards the open side of the paper. Cut around the lines to make the elephant card.
Flower Card Materials: construction paper, glue, and scissors Steps: Use half of a 8.5" by 11" paper and fold it in half. Decorate the front of the card using construction paper, making a flower, for example.
Mondrian Painting is named after Dutch painter, Piet Mondrian who is famously known for his work around grid-based painting. Specifically, his works, Tableau I and Composition II are two examples of his grid-based paintings, as Mondrian uses a variety of thin and thick lines.
Heart Design Materials: half of a white sheet of paper, markers, and ruler Steps: Draw a heart and then use a ruler to draw lines across the page. Once there are enough lines, colour the different boxes using markers.
Pizza Shapes Materials: construction paper, glue, orange paint, and scissors Steps: Trace a circle on a construction paper and cut it to make the pizza base. Use orange paint to mimic pizza sauce, and then cut out different shapes for the toppings.
Shapes Collage Materials: construction paper, glue, and scissors Steps: Use half of a construction paper for the main frame. Then, use recycled construction paper to make the shapes collage, cutting 2D shapes and other designs.
Frankenstein Character Materials: black marker, colour pencils, and white sheet of paper Steps: Using the black marker, draw out the Frankenstein character. Next, colour the character using different colour pencils.
Monster Paint Materials: black market, paint, and white paper Steps: Sketch the monster with the black market and then paint the different parts. Go over the sketch of the monster with the black marker for a second time once the paint is dry.
Paper Bag Monster Materials: construction paper, glue, paper bag, paint, and scissors Steps: Paint the paper bag and let it dry. Once the paper bag monster is dry, cut and paste different parts of the monster (e.g. ears, eyes, and teeth).
Pumpkin "Strips" Materials: construction paper, glue, and scissors Steps: Cut the orange construction paper into an oval and then cut that into several strips. Glue them on the black construction paper, and then glue on the other parts of the pumpkin.
Pumpkin Symmetry Materials: black and orange construction paper, glue, scissors, and tape Steps: Take the two construction papers and fold it in half and then half again to make four quarters; cut it accordingly. Put one black quarter and orange quarter together, using tape. Then, use the other construction paper to cut the pumpkin and its corresponding parts. The trick is to put one paper on top of the other to get two identical parts. Glue these on the paper to create a symmetrical pumpkin.
Silly Monster Materials: construction, glue, and scissors Steps: Cut out different shapes and create parts of the silly monster, starting with the body.
Paper Plate Dinosaur Materials: construction paper, half a paper plate, and paint Steps: Start by painting the paper plate to make the dinosaur's body using any colour paint. Cut the rest of the body parts using construction paper, which can be then glued on the paper plate.
Paper Plate Fan Materials: half a paper plate, markets, tape, and two popsicle sticks Steps: Decorate the paper plate fan, using different lines and shapes. Tape the popsicle sticks on the back to complete the paper plate fan.
Paper Plate Watermelon Materials: half a paper plate and paint Steps: Start with painting the red part of the watermelon and then the green part for the rind of the watermelon. Use black paint to make the watermelon seeds.
Mirror Wheel Materials: aluminium foil, construction paper, and markers Steps: Trace and then cut a large circle on the construction paper. Find other objects to draw smaller circles within the large circle. For the aluminium foil, trace the smallest circle, cut it out, and past it in the centre of the wheel to make the mirror. Next, use markers to make designs around the wheel.
Name Card Materials: markers and white sheet of paper Steps: Design your name with markets, focusing on different colours, lines, and shapes.
Mosaic Heart Materials: markers and white printing paper Steps: Use a black marker to draw the heart; continue moving the marker to make the lines inside of the heart. Then, use different markers to create the mosaic heart.