So that your child does not spend all his free time on a tablet or computer, invite him to make bookmarks for books on his own, using hints from Cardboard Dad.
Despite the fact that paper books take up less and less space in our homes, giving way to electronic versions, textbooks have not yet been canceled. Children use as bookmarks everything that comes to hand. Wizards Cardboard Dad, Cardboard Mom plus Irinka Irinka (cardboard-dad.livejournal.com) offer a simple master class that will keep your children busy for a while and allow you to quickly make interesting bookmarks.
We take double-sided colored paper, glue stick, scissors and felt-tip pens.
Cut out a square.
Fold in half, yellow on top.
Gathering corners to corners.
Unfold them and do this.
Then fold inward at the blue edge.
We've got a bookmark ready to use. But it's so uninteresting. Therefore, we cut out eyes from white paper, a strip from black paper, take glue and turn it into a minion, for example! Or in any other character, beast, monster, whatever your imagination is enough for.
As a result, for at least half an hour your child will be busy, you will get funny bookmarks, a bunch of scraps of colored paper, and most likely, for the first time, you will find a baby sleeping in an embrace with a craft.
And on the book it looks like this: