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Handprint Spider

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Make gooey sticky finger prints into spiders! These would look great hanging from the ceiling or stuck to the wall for Halloween.



Time:10 minutes
Age: Any age
Level: Easy



Materials
Brown or black paint
A tray or lid to hold the paint
Some card
Googly eyes

Method
Pour the paint into the lid or tray.



Dip your childs hand into the paint. Let them spend some time feeling the gooey sticky texture.

Make a hand print on the card (hold thumb off if you don't want fangs on their spider)

Do the same with the other hand. When making the hand print, lay it in the opposite direction, with palm prints overlapping.



Add some googly eyes while the paint is still wet.



Categories
#Halloween
#Paint
#Any Age
#Under 5s
#Messy Play
#Spider
#Handprint
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