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  • Barb

    In honor of Autumn, I had to add this piece of children's art....... "The HAND TREE" - a collaborative HAND ART project created by 4th graders (school unknown) - a collage made from traced hand cut-outs from each child in the class. I love this idea -- not only does it give a child a fun and simple outlet for creativity, but also offers children an opportunity to learn how to work with others as a team. (Spoken like a true Art Therapist :). ~Skye

  • Cynthia Elizabeth

    Collaborative HAND ART project. Could be done with a classroom of students. Or make it a family project and have children collect one hand print design from each family member, then put them together for a family tree. (for TP, have students decorate a hand and place a quote next to it about a goal they have for school and staff crate one as well. individual for each class room).

  • Janelle Taylor

    Collaborative HAND ART project. Could be done with a classroom of students. Great idea for an auction item at school fundraisers. Could be a bulletin board as well. Great idea!

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