Knijpers op een plankje


Nu het vakantie is komen mijn knutselvriendinnetjes wat vaker ! Ik maakte dit leuke knijper - plankje met ze

Wat heb je nodig:

  1. Houtlijm 
  2. Restjes verf /  kwast
  3. Plankje hout
  4. Houten knijpers

Hoe ga je te werk :

1.Je laat de kinderen het plankje en de knijpers verven .

2. Laat het plankje en de knijpers goed drogen. 

3. Plak de knijpers met de houtlijm op het plankje 

4. Leuk om foto's of knutselwerkjes  aan op te hangen 

5. je kan de knijpers en/ of het plankje ook op andere manieren versieren! Bijvoorbeeld met plaatjes of foto's !

Greetz  Lenie 

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