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Masked Mayhem ..kid Art

By Kinderpendent
masked mayhem ..kid art
Making masks out of paper plates is one of my favorite kid art projects. They always seem to reflect the child's present mood. And for some reason, a grumpy kid can draw up a grumpy mask, look at it and laugh. I love that.
To create your own masks you'll just need some paper plates and crayons. If you want to get fancy, pull out some paint, yarn, and other scrap materials. (Yarn turns into hair, buttons into earrings, tin foil into sunglasses, etc...)
masked mayhem ..kid art
masked mayhem ..kid art
masked mayhem ..kid art
Paper masks can be used as props for a story, as a self-portrait project, as a way to reflect on things you've learned about (ie: animals, historical figures, characters in a book, etc..), or just as a fun free-time creative project.

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