My Family Creative Activity- Family Theme Activities for Kindergarten and Primary Students

Topic: My Family

Activity name: "Family Memory Collage"

Material needed: 

  • Family photos (ask students to bring their family photos or use printed images)
  • Stopper pins (or paper clips if stopper pins are not available)
  • Color cardboard sheets (various colors)
  • Color pencils
  • Scissors
  • Glue or glue sticks
  • Markers
  • Decorative items (optional)
This is a simple and fun activity for kindergarten, grade 1, grade 2, and primary students about the theme of my family. 
Start the lesson by discussing the importance of family and memories. You can share a short personal story or ask your students to share their experiences related to their families.

A craft activity for teaching my family for kindergarten and primary students

  1. Distribute the colored cardboard sheets to the students.
  2. Tell them to cut the sheets like the roof of the house and the rectangle base. (Shown in the picture.)
  3. Tell them to draw curves on the roof shown in the picture.
  4. Tell them to write "My Family/ My Lovely Family" on the rectangular shape and draw a border.
  5. Using color pencils and markers, students can add drawings, doodles, and captions to their collages.
  6.  Distribute the stopper pins/paper clips.
  7. Tell them to use stopper pins (or paper clips) to attach the photos to the cardboard. The pins should go through the edges of the photos, so they can be easily removed or replaced if desired..
  8. Once students are satisfied with the arrangement and decoration, tell them to present their family memory collage to the class. They can explain the significance of their design, the stories behind the photos, and what they've learned from the activity.
  9. Encourage students to display their collages in the classroom or at home to serve as a reminder of the importance of family and the memories they've created.
This activity not only allows your students to be creative but also helps them appreciate and celebrate their families. It's an engaging way to incorporate art, personal expression, and storytelling into your lessons.

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