This Easter our family has been a little busier than normal. We were looking to do something that was easy, but still required our son to use his fine motor skills. Thankfully the 99 Cent Store had almost all of my materials there. My son can’t write anything other than his name, so I actually addressed the cards. We have family who live out of town, so this is the perfect gift for them.
Materials needed: Stickers, blank cards with envelopes, photo splits (Acid free) and a picture of your child
Step 1: Write on the cards-Happy Easter, Nana(or Grandma, etc.) love, (Your Child’s Name), etc. You can pretty much design the writing to say whatever you want.
Step 2: Have your child decorate the cards with stickers.
Step 3: Attach a picture to the back of the cardwith the photo splits or on the inside of the card depending upon the type of card you are using. I had to cut the picture down to size to fit the card and envelope.
Step 4: Send or hand deliver!
These cards are easy to do with the very young and special needs children.