Mexican Folk Art for Kids
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Supplies you need:
*foil~ similar to these Reynolds Wrap Aluminum Foil (200 Square Foot Roll)
*paper plates~ similar to these Nicole Home Collection 200 Count Everyday Dinnerware Paper Plate, 9-Inch, White
*sharpies~ similar to these Sharpie 1949557 Color Burst Permanent Markers, Fine Point, Assorted Colors, 24-Count
How to make Mexican Folk Art for Kids:
I wrapped paper plates in foil. Then I set out the sharpeis.
We all enjoyed creating our own face and we learned a little about Mexican folk art too.
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Our Whole Village
A Life With Subtitles
My Favorite Multicultural Books
The Good Long Road
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