Arts and Crafts

By Aarav Patel, Age 11

Do you feel bored or sick of being with your grandparent/child? I have a good, fun, and creative activity that both can easily participate in. This will show how both of your imaginations work .

The activity, if you haven’t already realized, is something your grandkid does at school and you already have done at many points of your life. It is super addicting. Get ready and then….. an art project.

All you need is a piece of paper, a sketch book, a drawing pad, a canvas or clay (you need an oven with clay) as the thing you do your project on. Now, to actually draw the design you want, you need a pencil, colored pencils, crayons, markers, or paint (you need a paintbrush with the paint). Once you have the materials needed, start your masterpiece. Start what I call a “free for all” project, where you draw or paint whatever you want. Also, you may have as much time as you need.

Once you and your grandchild/parent is finished, let it dry for at least 12 hours. After you’re done, have an adult hang it up for display, and enjoy your amazing project.

Though, afterwards, think about how much you and grandparent/child bonded. This may spark an even stronger friendship between the two, forming ultimate peace for them.

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