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Flower Handprints

ages 2-5


Construction paper, paint, scissors, glue

Activity Detail

A cute variation on the hand print. Dip your child's hand in paint (or paint her hand with a paintbrush). Place painted hand on construction paper with fingers spread out. Repeat two more times to make 3 hand prints side by side. Glue a strip of green paper below each hand print to look like a stem. Cut out leaf shapes from the green paper and glue them to the stems.


jennifersweckard said:

This is a very cute idea that could be adapted for many different situations. At Christmastime, make red flowers and glue red sequins in the middle to make poinsettias. In the spring, make white flowers and glue a yellow pom-pom in the middle to make daisies.

- Posted on Nov 22, 2007

Maria said:

Another creative idea for handprints.

- Posted on Nov 26, 2007

Yael said:

This activity is an okay variation on the classic kids' handprint theme. It's worth trying but there are more engaging activities out there.

- Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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