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Create un-be-weavable Artwork For Kids

Parents, weaving is a creative way to engage your child's heart, mind, and hands during Virtual School. Encourage your child to gather paper – wrapping, old newspapers, and magazines, or even mail and envelopes – and let the artist come alive through weaving. Please note, some supervision may be required for younger children while handling scissors. Check out this short tutorial I created below and have fun using paper of various textures, prints, and colors found within your home. When the artwork is complete, place it in a frame to display or package it to send to a loved one with a handwritten note from your child to help brighten their day. The art will be un-be-weavable!

SA paper weaving

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