Your toddlers will love these art projects featuring themselves.
Let your child fingerpaint on a baking sheet. Encourage your child
to use palms, fingers, thumbs, and his or her whole hands to make
designs in the fingerpaint. When your child is finished, help him
or her make handprints on several sheets of construction paper. When
the paint is dry, cover the papers with clear self-stick paper (or
have them laminated). Use your child's Handprint Place Mats at meal
Tape a length
of wrapping paper to a washable floor or to the sidewalk outside.
Make sure the plain side of the wrapping paper is facing up.
Pour a little tempera paint into a pan. Help your child step
into the paint and then walk across the wrapping paper, leaving
his or her footprints behind.