Ask families to find dress-up clothes and accessories, such as hard hats, briefcases, and boots.
A few children can do this project each day, so everyone has a chance to be a character AND a portrait painter.
Encourage friendships as children help each other dress and paint each other's portraits.
With Crayola® Washable Markers, number three paper grocery bags 1, 2,
Sort dress-up clothes into the bags this way: #1: jackets, skirts, capes, sweaters, and vests; #2: shoes, boots, and slippers; #3: accessories, such as jewelry, purses, and hats.
Choose one item from each bag. Dress up in your clothes. Choose a character and a name. Write your character's name on easel paper with a marker.
Ask a friend to paint your portrait at the easel. Help your friend put on a Crayola® Art Smock.
Stand (or sit) very still while your friend paints your portrait with Crayola® Washable Kid's Paint and Brushes. Dry the painting overnight.
Together, tell a story about the character in the painting.
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