~I see no reason we as adults can't do this, I think it's pretty.
Here's what we made at the preschool this week.
It's a project most people are familiar with, but I do want to start documenting our weekly preschool projects here once again. It's been a little rough getting into our handwork this year...we have sixteen new students and of those only one is four years old...the rest are three. And many, a young three. So we've started out slowly...working with beeswax one day a week, drawing another, last week we practiced using scissors. This week we did leaf printing. A perfect project for younger children.
I used the lid of my cake pan to hold the paint (acrylics in a variety of colors). The children were free to add colors as they liked...just a bit, spread around works very well.
Then we transfered the leaf to the paper. The children really need to press down all around the leaf...making sure to press all the way to the corners. It takes a minute or two for small hands to be able to do this.
Carefully lift the leaf off the paper.
Here is a group shot of them drying on the porch.
This is gorgeous Linda and it seems that we are into leaf cutting and painting at the same time.