Paperwork for Cosmonautics Day

What kind of paper can children take on paper for Cosmonautics Day? Perhaps it will take the form of a starry sky, space, a rocket, a flying saucer. And perhaps - the real cosmonaut in a shiny metal spacesuit. It is not difficult to make it out of foiled silver cardboard, red clay and a pair of toy eyes. From other materials, only a sheet of white paper and glue will be needed, and from tools - scissors and, possibly, a simple pencil (for sketching the contours of the parts).

 Handicraft for a paper cosmonautics day

Handicraft for a paper cosmonautics day

First, you will need to cut out a piece of cardboard, with a shape that resembles a mountain top on a rather broad base. At its base, we immediately make side stands. You can help your child by drawing the outlines of the details on the back of the sheet. Independently cope with this taskno matter how simple it may seem, children can be quite difficult.

 Base with stand

Base with stand

We have a vertically standing cosmonaut corps. Bending the stand back, we can put it on any flat surface.

 Fold

Fold

Now you need to cut the cosmonaut's head out of the same cardboard helmet. To make it look more interesting, we make small bulges on the sides - at the place where the ears should be.

 Helmet Head

Helmet Head

Glue the helmet to the body of the spacesuit. We are waiting for the glue to grab, otherwise the upper part will roll down the bottom, because the surface of the foiled cardboard is smoother than the usual one.
Glue the head

Glue the head

To make a real cosmonaut, cut a face from paper (a usual white sheet), paste it on a helmet.

Glue the face

Glue the faces o

Take any toy eyes that fit in size, glue them to the face.In the absence of such a peephole, you can cut them out of cardboard, make clay out of clay, or just draw. Improvise - and, perhaps, get an even more interesting result.

 Eyes

Eyes

Do the same with your mouth: or glue the factory workpiece, or cut the mouth out of paper, sculpt from clay or draw - as you like more.

 Mouth

Mouth

From red plasticine we make an abbreviation" USSR ", Attach it to the helmet.

 USSR on the helmet

USSR on the helmet

We cut out pens from paper and glue them to the astronaut’s body.

 Glue the accordion arms

Glue the accordion arms

G We got a great work!

 Crafts Yuri Gagarin

Crafts Yuri Gagarin

Yuri Gagarin would be pleasantly surprised to see what kind of natu Pupil, volumetric, image of Soviet cosmonauts are able to create modern children from cardboard.


Date: 12.10.2018, 03:48 / Views: 71264

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