Organize the Fun _ Spontaneity is always fun, but for a preschool birthday, scheduling (with some wiggle room) is the way to go. Try planning activities over a short time span __ 10 to 15_minute intervals. And if you have anything special planned, do it before the cake, a surefire sign that the soiree is winding down. Remember, simple is best when you are dealing with young children with short attention spans, so you want to try to avoid activities where kids have to wait for their turn, especially if there are lots of other kids at the party. Think bubbles, coloring pages, and books, freeze dance or even a craft station, complete with clay, paper, glue and other assorted items that kids can create with. Try to have at least one adult helper for each activity.
Handmade origami cards are some of the most practical origami projects around. Instead of spending ū to ŭ on a card at a fancy stationary store, you can quickly create a memorable greeting using supplies you already have on hand. The card featured in this tutorial is my original design, using free printable origami paper that I also created. You are welcome to adapt this project however you see fit. I typically use it as a birthday card, but you could easily change the design to fit whatever occasion you want.
by Joseph S. Hose on Jul 21, 2018 Birthday Cards