Our children have always liked I Can Cut and Stick (Usborne Playtime), by Ray Gibson.
Recently, my oldest daughter introduced our youngest to the joys of cut and paste projects.
After he picked out a few projects from the book, she helped him make
Later, they made and gave my husband and I this fish...
Then, the following day, my youngest son brought the book to me,
and asked to make the snake and truck.
How could I refuse?
His truck, with my help...
Later, when the glue dried, he added sticker letters
to spell out his name on the dark blue rectangles.
This summer, if you are looking for craft ideas for children to do on their own, or with a little help,
then might I suggest looking into some of the Usborne craft books
or for older children the Klutz books.
Both have fun, creative ideas with easy to follow directions
on projects of all different kinds beyond cut and paste.
To see more fun ideas for children during the summertime,
visit this week's Works For Me Wednesday link-up