Make a Ring Toss Game

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Art and Craft for Children with Special Needs

Your special needs child can learn many things through art and craft. It can help develop better hand-eye coordination, improve fine and gross motor skills, and learn about shapes and colours.

It is also simply fun!

Bond with your child by taking on art projects together.

Make a Ring Toss Game.

Point out the names of colours as you paint together. Your child will experience a sense of satisfaction playing with something he has made.

Tossing the ring helps improve kinesthetic skills.

Here’s how:

  1. Cut circular holes in some paper plates and have fun painting them together.
  2. Create a stand using the cardboard tube from cling wrap or kitchen paper towel roll.
  3. You’re done!

Enjoy tossing the rings you’ve make into the stand.

For details, go to Paper Plate Ring Toss Game. This craft activity was created by a Mummy Blogger who comes up with fun craft projects for her daughters on their learning journey with autism. (Photo credit: alittlelearning.blogspot.com)

About the Author: The COH Resource Team comprises volunteers, content writers and experts, including psychologists, counsellors, educators and social service professionals.

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