Whatever Moves You

Favorite words about being on the go make up the art and design of this homemade book.

By Risa Young
Nov 06, 2012



Whatever Moves You

Nov 06, 2012

What you need:

  • magazines
  • construction paper
  • glue
  • markers, crayons, pencils or paints

What to do:

1. Invite your child to find a variety of pictures in magazines that show people or animals moving, and cut them out.

2. Create a list of words that describe the movements, such as running, hopping, peddling, lifting, bending, or dancing.

3. Set out art materials and ask your child to paste a picture on each page. Then, paste the "movement word" below each picture. Or your child can draw a picture to go with each movement word.

4. Use construction paper to make a cover, give the book a title, and assemble the completed pictures into your own movement book!

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