Building paper houses in preschool

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on November 1, 2010

in Creative Art, Houses, motor skills

I just love paper houses made from shapes so when I happened to see these houses hanging up in the classroom, I just had to share them with you.

The children glued paper shapes together to create a house then holes were punched down the side of the houses for the children to add paper nails.

The teacher told me that threading the nails through the holes was a challenge for the three year old children who made these but that they did quite well.

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