3D knutselen met wc rolletjes

Wc rolletjes zijn echt multifunctioneel! Je kan ze in zijn geheel gebruiken voor veel soort knutsels. Maar je kunt ze ook in delen gebruiken. Dit noemen ze met een mooi woord: Gurigami Het is een soort 3D knutselen op deze manier..

In een al eerder blog liet ik meer dan 10 ideetjes zien die je kan knutselen, op deze manier met wc rolletjes. Kijk daar eens tussen en raak geïnspireerd, zo leuk om te doen! Foto: Nellie Lorse

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Chantal Cijntje Visserman ging met haar zoontje deze knutsel ook doen. Ze maakten 2 muizen door het wc rolletje in reepjes te knippen en te vormen. Haar zoontje hielp hier natuurlijk ook mee! De rolletjes werden opgeplakt op een papier. Nu mocht er geverfd worden!

Kijk eens wat hij hier goed zijn best doet! En het resultaat is ook prachtig geworden!

Een andere knutsel die ze samen maakten was een bloem met een haasje. Hier is in het hart van de bloem een flessendop gebruikt! Na het knippen en vormen zijn de wc rol deeltjes opgeplakt. Nu kan er weer geverfd worden!

Wederom weer een gezellig en fleurig schilderij.. leuk idee toch?


Re-Cycle-Me WC rol
Met dit knutselpakket van Re-Cycle-Me kunnen kinderen verschillende knutselwerkjes maken met lege WC rollen. Zo kun je kinderen laten zien dat je de mooiste dingen kunt maken met afval. Dit knutselpakket bevat verschillende componenten en een duidelijke handleiding om kinderen uit te leggen hoe ze de creaties stap voor stap moeten maken door de afbeeldingen te volgen.

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In dit vrolijke knutselboek Knutselen met wc-rolletjes vind je knutselideeën voor elke vrije middag of regenachtige dag. Het wc-rolletje is de basis, aangevuld met materialen die overal verkrijgbaar zijn (of die je al in huis hebt). Met de grappige stap-voor-stapillustraties en kleurenfoto's kunnen (groot)ouders met hun kinderen creatief aan de slag. Maak een pennenhouder in de vorm van een kasteel, een groep jungledieren, racewagens, pinguïns, prinsessen, en nog veel meer! Geschikt voor kinderen in de onderbouw van het basisonderwijs.

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