Sticky back plastic
Stained art. First, cut up tissue paper into small squares and some strips of black card to create the grid with. I also put a piece of sticky back plastic with sticky tape onto the table in front of his seat. Have your child stick pieces of colored paper within the lines. When he had “finished” we stuck another piece of sticky back plastic on top of the picture and smoothed it out.
Paint a blank canvas, apply sticky backed plastic heart, water down some left over water based paint and place in the middle of the heart. Using a drinking straw....blow the paint from the centre of the heart to the edge of the canvas. Remove the plastic heart while the paint is still wet and allow it to bleed back into the heart shape. Leave to dry and hang on your wall
Little Family Fun: Pumpkin Treasure Hunt. Made of paper and laminated (or sticky backed plastic), then stuck round the room/house with bluetack. Kids hunt for them in number order and win a little treat when they've all been found. Take it in turns to 'hide' them around the place - the kids will enjoy doing this!
Use thin wire to create a shape and stick onto sticky back plastic. Leave a couple of inches around the outside of the wire. Fill the centre with pieces of tissue paper. Make cuts from the edge of the plastic to the wire all the way round and fold the pieces of plastic over the wire to seal it in. Arrange the sculpture into a stand up shape.