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November is all about celebrating things you are thankful for, from special things like families to common things like a fresh new piece of paper to draw on! Here’s a creative way for children of all ages to build Thanksgiving artwork Moms will love to di
Start with a poster frame. Have a grown up open the frame.
Older children or a grown up can measure and cut fall-patterned giftwrap to fit inside the frame. Use Crayola Scissors to cut paper to size.
Kids make handprints using Crayola Color Wonder Fingerpaint on Color Wonder paper. Cover hands with Color Wonder Fingerpaint colors. Stamp hands on Color Wonder paper. Dry.
Cut or tear out handprints and arrange them around the border of the gift wrap. Use a Crayola Glue Stick to attach handprints to gift wrap.
Have a grown up re-assemble the frame to display the handprints on the giftwrap.
Older children and grown-ups can work together to tape ribbons tightly across the frame.
Clip little clothespins on the ribbons.
Set up a "thank you" station in your kitchen or playroom. Cut Color Wonder Paper in half and quarter sheets. Save them in a basket with Color Wonder Markers and Fingerpaints.
Hang the framed handprint artwork on a wall that is accessible to children.
Each day invite family members to think of things they are thankful for. Create artwork to represent each blessing. Display by clipping artwork onto ribbons.
Practice counting the blessings with younger artists and challenge older artists to see how many blessings they can clip to their ribbons!
Let's make something!
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