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Re: Thumbelina


From: Susan M Kipp (smkipp_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Apr 09 2002 - 14:00:20 PDT

Fingerprint Owls and Other Fantasies by Marjorie P. Katz and Ed Emberly's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book are good references. I had my K-5ers write poems and illustrate them with thumb and fingerprints. They used washable markers on the tip of their fingers. One color per finger.
Susan in OR
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  Subject: Re: Thumbelina

  How about animals and characters made out of stamped thumbprints?
  Put them in a "Spring" background. Thumbirdies in the trees
  Thumbunnies in the grass...........this sounds fun!
  Patti in Fl. ---