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Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Heart Hands

This is something Brayden made in Kindergarten this year. Handprints in the shape of a heart! So cute. 

Very simple. Take a piece of paper. Get some red paint. Have your child paint his hand red. You might help him if you want him to do both hand prints at once. Have him press his hands onto the paper so they look like a heart. Let dry.

It came with this poem:

My little hands
Have come to say
I give you all my heart,
For being the best
Kind of parents
Right from the very start!

(you could insert anything for parents: aunt, cousin, grandma, friend, teacher, etc.)

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