3. A Butterfly a Day
- Any Drawing Material
Optional: collage materials (eg: magazines, pompoms, sequins, googly eyes, etc.) and glue
With some scissors and any kind of drawing material you can turn a sheet of paper into multiple butterfly shapes. If you do not have scissors it can also be fun to fold the paper in half and try to rip the page into a butterfly shape that way.
You can make multiple butterfly shapes all in one sitting, or, while you are stuck at home, you can turn this into an on-going activity that happens every day/a few times a week/whenever you remember.
One of the most fun parts of this is to watch the group of butterflies grow.
So before you start, find a window, a wall, or a large piece of paper they can all be attached to and add them as you go.
If it is something you are doing across multiple days/weeks you could use colors each day that reflect some part of that particular day. You can use lines, shapes, colors, words and etc. to decorate the butterflies... there are no rules.