What to do:
- using assorted
food shapes, children print a design of their choice.
- using various
sized horns of plenty, children create interesting prints.
- using potatoes
cut into food shapes, children print a meal on circles of background paper.
How to do it:
- place paint
in deep dish aluminum foil pans
- use assorted
treasures or cut shapes to dip in paint
- gently press
- if using sponge
to create shapes, use foam at least 2" thick - attach clothes pins
to keep fingers relatively clean
- pre-cut out shapes
from thick cardboard, potatoes or styrofoam and dip and print
- glue cardboard
shapes to old thread spools for easier manipulation for younger children
- label pictures
and clean up
- dry flat