March’s arrival implies that spring is soon here! After surviving the chilly winter months, most of us are looking forward to warmer weather. March Madness, St. Patrick’s Day, and National Reading Month are also linked with the year’s third month. Did you know it’s also National Craft Month?
It’s the ideal moment to develop something you’re proud of. So we will build a green clover inspired by a handful of those items. The most vital tools you’ll need are imagination and a little luck. We’ve prepared a simple template to print at home to simplify things. You’ll also need the following:
- Crayons or markers
First, remove your clover. If you have older children or safety scissors for little children, this may be done individually to practice or strengthen fine motor skills.
Secondly, have a thoughtful talk about what makes your kid feel fortunate. Does it have a warm, secure place to call home? Maybe it is the company of siblings or friends. Whether it’s a hug from grandparents, a beautiful dinner, a favorite book or sports talent, or a toy that makes them happy. Here are just a few ideas to get you started! What else may be on your child’s list?
Pick four items and assist them in writing one on each leaf of the four-leaved clover.
It’s then time to color! We choose classic greens, but any color would do! There’s nothing wrong with a flower-like rainbow clover. Let their creativity guide the way as you continue highlighting the value of appreciation with a dash of luck.
It’s now time to color! We chose classic green colors, but any color would do! There’s nothing wrong with a rainbow clover or a flower-like clover. Let their creativity guide the way as you continue to explore the value of appreciation with a dash of luck.