Spider

Colors, Shapes, Textures, Character - the animals, birds fish and insects around us have got them all! And kids love ‘em! It can be lots of fun to find ways to create your own animals: using regular household objects or recyclables (e.g. paper plates), using your child’s body (e.g. Hand Prints), and using a variety of colorful and exciting embellishments - buttons, feathers, pom poms etc. .

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