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Button Collage

ages 3-6


Supplies

An assortment of buttons with one hole, two holes and four holes; three pieces of construction paper and glue

Activity Detail

Try this fun activity to practice counting and sorting, and end up with 3 pieces of artwork! Collect an assortment of buttons before starting. You may find that you have extras around the house that came with clothes or you can buy some at a fabric store. Write the numbers 1, 2, and 4 on separate sheets of construction paper. Next, have your child sort the buttons by the number of holes each has, placing buttons with one hole on the sheet marked "1," two-hole buttons on the sheet marked "2" and so on. When all of the buttons have been sorted, your child can use glue to create one-hole, two-hole and four-hole button collages on the construction paper.

Comments

novelline said:

My daughter loves sorting and organizing - this will be a huge hit!

- Posted on Oct 30, 2007



cbejzak said:

Good for fine motor skills and math.

- Posted on Oct 31, 2007



Maria said:

With children 4 and up, this might work. However, it might be confusing whether you are counting the holes in the buttons or the buttons themselves. If I put 5 buttons on a page that says "4", I may know that we were counting button holes but when the child looks at it again, he may count the buttons instead of the button holes.

- Posted on Nov 1, 2007



beancuso said:

You could begin or end this project by reading, "A Lost Button" from the Frog and Toad are Friends book by Arnold Lobel. A very cute recycled button story!

- Posted on Nov 1, 2007



Sandeep said:

This is my activity

- Posted on Jul 2, 2010



vidula said:

great activity

- Posted on Jul 2, 2010



vidula said:

i will try .. give some time

- Posted on Jul 2, 2010



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