Toddler Paper Mosaic Art

By | August 8, 2013
Toddler Paper Mosaic Art

A few weeks back when my oldest was spending the week at grandma’s I decided to do a fun art project with my 2 yr old.  I wanted to do something totally geared toward her age and ability.  So I thought a paper mosaic would be perfect.

I also wanted to work on some colors with her, and since this has three different colors we were able to do that.  All you really need for this project is a blank paper you draw a picture on or a coloring page.  Then just tare up pieces of construction paper and glue the paper onto the page.

What we did so that we could work on learning colors is I put the glue on a part of the flower, like the stem and leafs.  Then I told her to just put the green paper on those parts.  I had her repeat the color for me a few times and then I let her place the green paper on the glue.

She was so proud of her finished flower that she had to give it to her sister when we picked her up from grandma’s!

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Supplies

Coloring Page or Drawing
Colored Construction Paper
Glue

Directions

 Draw a flower (or other design) on a sheet of paper (could also use a coloring page)
Tear up some colored construction paper in to small pieces
 Put glue on one area on drawing then let child pick color to go there
 Put glue on another area of drawing and let child glue the paper to that area
 Finish up same way with only adding glue to the area on the page you want the child to cover
Your Toddlers will be so proud of their artwork once done!
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20 thoughts on “Toddler Paper Mosaic Art

  1. J

    Great project idea with nice results! This also develops fine motor skills. Your daughter is adorable!

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  2. Tammy N

    Such a fun project to do with your daughter. Her flower is beautiful. A treasure to keep always.

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  3. Dee@CWM

    Fun project. I also have a fun one posted on my site using soda bottles. Stop by to take a look if you get a chance.

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  4. Ricki Moore

    What a great idea! I would never have thought of teaching them their colors while doing this, now I just need a toddler to do this with…

    Thanks for sharing at the Blog Strut Peacock Style

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  5. PinkOddy

    I cannot believe that she is only 2 and done that! It is brilliant and she has stuck to the right colours/places so well.

    Thank you for sharing on the Summer Carnival

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  6. Jennifer

    This is great! I’m looking for something for my kids to do to bring their great grandma tomorrow and I think I found it. Thanks!
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  7. Barb

    Such a cute easy craft for a toddler to do!

    Thanks for linking up at Motivation Monday. I just wanted to let you know this type of post is perfect for my Fabulously Frugal Thursday linky. Motivation Monday is about encouraging each other to do better in our various roles.

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  8. Lori WhoNeedsaCape

    This is great, something so easy but cute! My almost 2 yr old would enjoy this!

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