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Temper Tamers in a Jar. Anger Management Thumball. Social Skills Board Game - 6 games in one! Empathy Thumball. Personal Strengths Thumball. Have the child place a photo of him and the family pets included inside. Cut pictures that represents hobbies, sports, and other favorite things from magazines. Glue all these onto the box. Decorate the outside with colorful crayons, markers, and fabric trims. These boxes make a great memorabilia projects to see how children grow physically and emotionally.
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Make sure to have your child place their name and date on the box. Together make fingerprint cards. An inkpad works the best, however tempera paint washes off more easily. Provide a head photo of each of your children several if you can or photocopy them. Cut out a picture of a football player, television actor or actress, fairy tale character, and so on from old magazines, books, or catalogs. A traditional art project used for many years still makes a wonderful keepsake.
Mix plaster of Paris as directed on the package. Pour the mixture into disposable pie tins.
This will leave an impression that needs to dry thoroughly. Remove it from the tin and spray with gold paint adult only or let the child paint the handprint with a non-toxic paint. Make one every year so children can see their growth pattern.
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Provide a variety of collage materials to glue inside the letters, like buttons, sequins, fabric scraps, pom-poms, paper shapes, and so on. Let your child display his nameplate in his room, making this a special place. The most important task as a parent is to make sure your children feel loved and supported throughout their days. Get creative and engage your preschool children in a variety of activities to achieve this task.