Thursday, December 29, 2011

Handprint Calendar

Snow Flake, Heart - Share and Remember 
4 Leaf Clover - Meet the Dubiens
Earth - Busy Hands Art
Butterfly - Michelle's Journal Corner
Fish - Bobo Gallery
Flag
Sun
Crayons - Mrs Kilburn Kiddos
Pumpkin - Dana Hinders
Turkey
Lights - Tip Junkie
Tree - Mom 2 Posh Diva

12 comments:

  1. Love this! I just added this to the 25 Kid Crafted Gifts Tutorial!
    http://www.busykidshappymom.org/2012/01/25-kid-crafted-gifts-that-looks-good.html

    I made similar gifts like this when I taught first grade. It looks wonderful and is a great keepsake!

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  2. I would love for you to come and link your blog to my new linky party. It can be a particular blog post of yours or just a link to your blog. Please come add your blog to the linky party now!! Thanks!
    http://graham-and-parker.blogspot.com/2012/02/learn-through-play-monday.html

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  3. Thanks for the awesome activities!! These will be very useful for I am preschool teacher.

    You can visit my blog. Please come add your blog to the link now!!

    http://birdunyazeynep.blogspot.com/

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  4. I love this idea! Thank you! I think I may go to work tomorrow and have the kiddos make this. :)

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  5. So brilliant! I love my little ones handprints. I just had to connect to your GFC so I don't miss anything. I could spend all day looking through your blogs awesomeness. You can find me at http://www.onecreativeprocrastinatinggal.blogspot.com

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  7. One of my co-workers has her kindergarten students make something similar and give it to their family for Christmas. They love it. She does one picture a week so it has time to dry. She then laminates them too.

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  8. The handprint butterfly is from http://michellesjournalcorner.blogspot.com/2010/06/handprint-butterfly-craft.html

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  9. This is such a cute idea. I have a Daisy Girl Scout troop, and I'm going to do this with them for Christmas. Thanks for the idea!

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