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Re: Fingerpainting


From: Linda White (linda.c.white_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Dec 04 2003 - 04:41:34 PST

I did the same with a group of 3rd and 5th graders (book buddies). We used
the fingerpaintings as collage materials to make a wonderful book on
animals. I'll check to see if I can get some digital pictures up so that
you can see. Linda in Ok
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From: "cen_aca_dp" <>
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Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2003 9:49 AM
Subject: RE: Fingerpainting

> One year, we fingerpainted paper & dragged combs and other things through
> wet paint to make textures. Then, the finished pages were cut into smaller
> pieces of paper & shared to create Eric Carle collages. I think each
> made 2 large pieces during a classtime. I squirted (or scooped) the paint
> right on to the paper and away they went!
> Denise Pannell
> Defiance, OH
> I'd love to hear other ideas
> >for using the resulting paper from fingerpainting, and I need to hear
> >how you do classroom management with fingerpaint.
> >Thanks!
> >Deborah
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