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Hungry Caterpillar Handprints

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Turn a favourite book character into art!



Time: 5 minutes
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy

Materials
Paper
Brown, yellow, red, green and blue paint
Paint brush



Method
Paint your child's palm green, and their fingers blue. Press three hand prints in a row.




Turn the paper to face the other direction (ie. blue finger prints facing you)

Paint your child palm red, and two of their fingers brown. Press the hand print on one side of the caterpillar body.



Have your child thumb print yellow paint as the caterpillar eyes.



Add detail with the paint brush.





Categories
#Handprints
#Caterpillar
#Paint
#Paper
#Animals
#Insects
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