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Hand Print Lion. This Hand Print Lion is a great craft for Toddlers and Preschoolers on up. They can make the hand print, and you can help them make the lion's face!
Draw a circle out of the green paper and cut. You may need to assist your child to cut the circle if he has yet to master the scissors 🙂
This is a list of handprint ceremonies for the Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California (originally "Grauman's Chinese Theatre"). Footprints and signatures are also included, and in some cases imprints of other objects: Sonja Henie imprinted her ice skates; John Barrymore imprinted the side of his face, a nod to his nickname "The Great Profile"
Ready for a fun Chinese New Year Craft? Chinese New Year is one of those really fun holidays that I enjoyed celebrating as a kid. Yummy food, wearing new clothes, red envelopes filled with money, and watching cool dragon and lion dancing? Come on, what's not to love?
We have almost made it through the entire The Jesus Storybook Bible (affiliate link). We read the story of Daniel in the lion’s den a few weeks ago and the kids really enjoyed the craft we made. I gave each of the children 3 yellow cupcake liners and asked them to draw a lion’s face on each one.
I received free products from Disney and MomSelect in order to host this Lion Guard #DisneyKids preschool playdate. The opinions expressed here are my own. This post may contain affiliate links for your convenience. We were thrilled to have been selected to host a #DisneyKids playdate party. Before the playdate, we received a big box […]
Make these Jungle Masks for party fun or for your VBS Jungle adventure. Sometimes all you need is a mask to set the tone for the perfect costume.
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