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Art for Kids: Learning about Symmetry

4/14/2020 | Lynn Lilly

Having the kids home right now means that they require activities and stimulation for their creative minds.  Design team member Erin Reed gives us a simple project that you can do at home with your kids to help get the creative juices flowing for the whole family. 

A wonderful way to help kids be creative is to use items found around the house to make a symmetrical pattern.  Symmetrical design is a radical line, like a snowflake.
  • Start with 6 x 6 inch squares of heavyweight cardstock paper.
  • Apply a thin line of glue to create a patterned design.
  • Use beads, sequins, gems, buttons, and other fun little bits to glue to the line.
  • A Deflecto Caddy Storage Tray is a great way to organize your small bits and pieces.

For more art projects for kids you can visit Erin’s Blog here.

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