Fun art activity to do with your child.
What You Need:
• Non-permanent, water-based markers of assorted colors
What To Do:
1. Help your child color the upper part of his thumb with a marker.
2. Maker an imprint of his thumb on a sheet of paper by rolling his thumb from side to side.
3. Tell your child to pretend that the thumbprint is his body.
4. Show him how to draw a head, arms, and legs on the thumbprint.
5. Make another thumbprint and ask him to draw in his head, arms, and legs.
6. Next, make one thumbprint for every member of the family, including pets.
7. Print a name under each thumbprint for each person or pet.
8. Talk about each person.
9. Wash with soap and water to remove ink from his thumb.
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