This activity works on fine manual control skills by cutting and folding construction paper to make a decorated lunch box.
Let the child pick a color of construction paper (paper size should be A4).
Draw a line in the middle of the construction paper and ask the child to fold the paper accurately on the line. This works on his fine manual control skills.
On a separate construction paper, draw 2 handle shapes and ask the child to cut it along the lines. These handle shapes will be used as the lunch box handles.
Ask the child to glue the handles to the top ends of the folded paper (the child should be able to open/close the folded paper as a lunch bag).
Have the child draw what they had or brought for lunch on the inside of the folded construction paper or have the child cut and glue pictures of food items from newspapers/magazines.
Allow the child to decorate the outside “lunch box” using the crayons, markers, and colored pencils.