Saturday, September 10, 2011

Arts and Craft: Color Puzzle

To go with our theme of learning colors this week I decided to make a color puzzle. We had fun making our puzzle. Pooh Bear had a lot of fun painting the puzzle pieces.
First we needed some cardboard. This coke carton was just the right size.
Cut out a frame and keep the cut out circles for the puzzle pieces.
Then cut out matching white paper to glue to the front of the cardboard.
After gluing the paper to the frame and puzzle pieces,  paint the frame. I used brown paint.
For the backing cut the other side of the coke box to the same size and glue white paper to the front of the backing. 
Next  paint 3 circles( the size of the puzzle pieces) on the backing making sure to line up the circles with the frame before painting.
Next glue the frame over the backing.
Then this part mommy and daddy helped Pooh Bear paint the puzzle pieces.
We pointed out each color as Pooh Bear was painting.
The  next step was to paint several layers of Mod Podge over the frame, backing and puzzle pieces. 
Then we applied colorful duct tape around the boarder of the puzzle frame.
Now we are ready to play.


Next time we will try to make a shape puzzle!
I hope every one enjoys!



7 comments:

Dzoli said...

Thank you for this great idea:)

c.w.frosting said...

What an adventure homeschooling must be! Thanks for visiting me. The magnetic letters would be great for your new classroom!

-caroline @ c.w.frosting

Heather {The Lovely Cupboard} said...

What an awesome grandma! Your grandkids will remember those moments with your forever.

Karen said...

Hi, Thanks for stopping by my blog. I love your color puzzle idea. Not only is it fun to make they can have fun playing with it as well.
www.momandmescrapbooking.blogspot.com

Pati @ A Crafty Escape said...

What a great activity, I might do this with my son. He is really into learning about colors and needs hands-on activities.

Thanks for stopping by my blog, I'm glad you liked our grocery store game :)

SJ @ Homemaker On A Dime said...

Such a cute kid :) Thanks for the sweet comment as always. Thanks for linking up again.

Carol Covin (Granny-Guru) said...

Love the handprint craft, especially pairing them with poems.