Master class with a step-by-step photo “How to make a three-dimensional space application from paper and napkins.” Making interesting light crafts with your own hands for children, parents, teachers and educators, for school and kindergarten.
How to make a volumetric application Space from paper and napkins
Perhaps now the days are gone when every second boy dreamed of becoming an astronaut. But that doesn’t make space any less attractive. We propose to complete an application on a space theme according to our master class.
To create such a craft, we prepared:
- purple cardboard;
- white, orange and red paper;
- yellow paper napkin;
The background for our application will be purple cardboard, on which we will depict a rocket flying towards the moon. We will make the rocket itself from white paper. To do this, we fold the sheet, after which we draw the outline of the half of the rocket on it.
Cut out the resulting workpiece.
For our craft, you need to make 2 more such blanks from white paper.
Now you can use glue and connect together all 3 blanks of the future rocket.
Glue the resulting rocket onto cardboard.
Next we will make a flame. To do this, take red paper and cut out a blank that resembles a flame in shape. In total, we should have 3 such blanks.
We glue them together.
Glue the finished flame to the bottom of the rocket.
We will make the moon from a yellow paper napkin. But first, cut it into small squares.
We turn each of these squares into a ball. Any kid can do this job. This activity is great for developing fine motor skills.
Now glue the resulting lumps, forming a circle out of them. This is how we made the moon on our application.
We cut out a small circle from orange paper and glue it on the rocket, this will be the porthole.
Adding stars. We cut them out of orange paper. Our application “Space” from paper and napkins is ready.