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Developing panels with their own hands

Now there are few who doubt the benefits of developing games. The child learns to read, to count, to distinguish the shape, color and size using the most natural for him lessons - games. The production of such materials for preschoolers engaged reputable company, you can find kits for the development of all the senses in stores. But to make educational games can be literally out of all that is at hand.

Developing panels with their own hands

Developing panels will not only help your child to improve fine motor skills of hands. It can be a great decoration for a nursery, because the interior, created by the hands, are now very much in fashion. Pick up a piece of thick fabric. It is best to cut some old, faded but not drab coat. Carve out of it a rectangle about the size of 150h100 cm. If the fabric is loose, obsheyte panels along the edge of the folded half braid. Think that will be drawn on your panels. This may be an illustration to a fairy tale view of the city, a flower bed with flowers, a vase with a bouquet. The main thing that the details were a simple form and large enough. Some of them you nashete to the base, the rest will be fastened. Cut desired parts of colored paper, and place them on the panel to select the optimal location for each. Draw a chalk outline of the details and schedule space for buttons, buttons or hooks. Button at the same time will serve as the middle of a flower or an animal eye. On paper templates find details of the patches. Material may not be very tight, but it's better if he had not showered. The edges of the pieces of loose fabric treat overlocking. By the way, fragments of such panels can be made of nylon or Dacron. They are generally best to tailor a soldering iron. Very good, if you have scraps of different texture. The kid will learn to distinguish between different kinds of fabric to the touch. Cut and treat holes for the buttons. Sew buttons themselves. It's okay if they are different. This is a good thing, because along the way a child will be able to compare them by size and select the button corresponding to each loop. Some items may be on the buttons, hooks and even Velcro. Think about where and how you hang your panels. It can, for example, decorative nails to nail to the wall of the cabinet or panel that covers the battery. It can be on the back of the panel to make loops and hang your creation on a decorative hook. Keep in mind that the hook must be above the child's eye level. The composition may be changed periodically. For example, a month or two you will flower beds, then you change it to the city or a fairy-tale story. The basis can not alter enough to sew the new figures.