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  • Danielle Correll

    So cute for kindergarten! Do one for each season throughout the year...great for sub plans...do the hand prints at the beginning of the year and then pass them back randomly throughout the year and ask the kids to create something related to the season?

  • Stephany Damas

    Hand Print Seasons Craft i want to do this with maverick when he is older. great idea

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Love this for end of the year project to take home over the summer. E is for Explore!: handprint

Kindergarten handprint horses.

VERDICT: Fun Cute. We did not do ties for the top because of time constraints and we used colored paper not burlap. Still...nice! Thanksgiving craft...we wrote what we were thankful for on each feather/finger. Kindergarten Art Project.

This is a cute idea for an art project as a representation of learning in a unit about daily and seasonal changes.

Oh my goodness. The perfect craft project to do with kids.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

Preschooler: Hand print Duck. Give paint to children and show them how to put their hand on the paper. Allow them to put the head, eye, beak and feather on the duck. Standard: Touch, grasp, reach, and manipulate: The child will coordinate the use of his or her hands, fingers and sight in order to manipulate objects in the environment.

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We made some fun and personalized Valentine’s Day cards to send to the kids Grandparents. We painted each of their hands with two different colors and put each handprint on paper to form the shape of a heart. Then each child printed a personalized message around the handprints in the shape of a heart. (I drew a line in pencil around the hearts to help them write along to maintain the heart shape. When we were finished we erased the pencil).

** edit - my favorite craft during suess week - each kid did two and we out there name on a cat in the hat cutout in between them on a bulletin board** Dr Seuss week in March