Get ready for National Day- Design your own buntings!
Updated: Aug 19, 2021
What is it
Template of a bunting and Singapore related cutouts
Practice fine motor skills by cutting and pasting
Exercise creativity by designing bunting
Spend quality time as a family to design buntings together
Decorate your home to create the festive spirit for Singapore’s National Day
How to use
You will need
markers/ colour pencils/ crayons
String (Length depends on where you want to hang it)
Step by step instructions
Design your buntings by
cutting and pasting pictures of Singapore provided
drawing your own picture (what do you love about Singapore?)
Cut out your bunting (the whole triangle)
Attach the bunting to the string
put a string across the top of the bunting, fold the paper from the top to the indicated line
Use a staple or paste the paper down to the indicated line to secure your bunting to the string
One is not enough! Print multiple copies of the bunting template to design and attach more buntings to the string!
Last but not least, find a window or wall to hang your beautiful buntings up!
Celebrate Singapore's National Day and reminisce decorating the bunting together!
Embed more learning opportunities
Receptive instructions- can you get the (scissors)?
Function - What do we need for (cutting)?
General knowledge - Expose your child to the locations or symbols to help your child learn more about Singapore
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