How to make a paper art room with your children.
For kids, you can make a great gift with A4 size paper, scissors, crayons, and scotch tape. I guarantee this gift your kids will enjoy more than any other toy. This paper house can be made with children and narrated a lot, and they can imagine, express, draw, move, and have fun.
The principle is disappointingly simple. First, with crayons, for example, in the case of an art room, draw and cut out items corresponding to the art room. Roll up a piece of scotch tape, make it like double-sided tape, attach it to the back of the item, and attach it to the background you drew beforehand.
Then, prepare another piece of paper and draw the roof and entrance of the art room. Then, attach two sheets of paper to make it look like a three-dimensional card.
You can also create a school classroom like this: You draw an item and your child can attach it to the appropriate location. Sometimes you switch roles so your child draws the background and you attach the items. You can draw a background and have your child draw and paste items. You just have to do it the way you imagined it.
In the case below, my child draws the background screen, and after I draw the item, the child attaches the item to its location. We talked a lot while working on this and we had a great time. It took between an hour and an hour and a half in total.
In addition to this, it is better to imagine and draw many places such as parks, seas, churches, theaters, and circus venues.
Myungja Anna Koh