Art Activity on Ways to Work with Paper and a Star Wars Craft

April 18, 2020

 

I'm trying to work on more crafting and 3D artwork projects with one of my students who enjoys art, and we had fun with this activity. We tried out different ways to "sculpt" with paper (pictured are cut, crumple, bend, twist, twirl, rip, and fold). We then chose one to make a craft of a Star Wars character. The student chose to fold the paper to make this droid's arms and legs This activity was great to work on fine motor skills as well as language/communication during the project.

 

I also worked on following written directions during the project. You can read more about how I use written direction and written prompts to help kids work more independently here: https://www.autismhomeschoolsuccess.com/single-post/2019/08/21/Increasing-Independence-with-Written-Prompts

 

 

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