The process of development of the child is accompanied not only byhis physical growth, but also the acquisition of various skills and mental abilities. One of the accompanying facts in the development of children is always their imagination. To implement certain ideas baby is effectively helping to assemble any crafts with their own hands. For example, a regular cardboard roll from toilet paper. It would seem, why is it needed, and what can you do with it? It turns out by several operations, even the youngest child can do, make it possible to make a cute doggie out of him. In addition to the pleasure from the manufacturing process, the child acquires skills that will help him in the development of thinking. So, we need a cardboard roller, threecolored pompons (two small and one larger) or rolled balls of cotton wool (then they will need to be painted, for example with a felt-tip pen), a scrap of red cloth (you can paper), and a stationery knife and glue. First you need to help the child in separationcardboard roller to 9 equal rings. It is inconvenient with scissors, and it will be difficult and dangerous to make a child's knife. Therefore, we do it ourselves. First we make a spout. For this, the first ring is crumpled into a heart shape. The second ring we will have a trunk. It can be slightly embossed into the shape of an oval, or you can immediately put it to our future heart. Now we take both parts and glue them together so that this heart has got stuck, as if upside down. While the glue dries, take the third ring and turn it into the letter "B", these will be the paws of the future puppy. We stick the paws to the lower part of the trunk. The next two rings bend about the same asand a nose with paws, only they should look like a pair of differently sized leaves of a flower. Then you need to glue them on the sides of our torso, a large sheet of up. We got the upper paws of the dog. Now do the ears. We bend two rings one into one, like the paws, only slightly changing the shape. That is, do not divide them into two leaves of the plant. After gluing them to our heart - will get a pretty face with curled ears. Only while without a face. Our dog must have cheeks. We make them with the next ring, bending, like the first in the form of a heart. Only place the folds on the opposite side of the ring. From the red fabric we cut out and glue the tongue. The resulting cheeks are glued inside the face. Now to the big pom-pon stick two small. This will be a spout with eyes, which must be glued to the middle of the upper part of the cheeks. There was the very last detail, without whichit is impossible to imagine a dog. This is the tail that we will make from the last, ninth ringlet. Bend it can be as you want the child's imagination, the main thing is to glue it to the right place, approximately in the area of the lower paws from either side. So, by simple actions, our useless roll of paper turned into a cute puppy. And how many more animals can be made like this, your child will already think of it himself.