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  • Sharon Larsen

    Trace hands and feet and then fill in a self-portrait! Add the math component to this and after BAck to School Night, store it as part of the time capsule for Open House!

  • Kristin Barrow

    Trace hands and feet and then fill in a self-portrait! So stinkin' cute! Open house? This is one of my favorite art projects. I forgot about it. Have done it with 4th graders, wonder if 2nd graders could do it?

  • Fiona Hardy Hulme

    trace hands and feet and then fill in a self-portrait...@Fiona Van Heerden thought it might be interesting for your art lessons

  • Chris Wills

    Trace hands and feet and have kids draw the rest of their self portrait Oodles of Art: Falling back in Space Portraits! 3rd Grade

  • Nicole Taylor

    Fall back in Art project. Trace hands and shoes and draw the rest to make a fun self portrait by Oodles of Art Blog. Fun self portrait.

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