Tinkerbell HandPrint Pictures

This activity is suitable for children of all ages, making Tinkerbell from a favourite children’s story “Peter Pan”.

You will need:

  • A picture of Tinkerbell
  • Pencils
  • Scissors
  • Plain Paper
  • Sparkly or glitter paint in a variety of colours
  • Glue

Activity:

Paint the children’s hands with the sparkly Paint and press their hands onto the plain paper. While the hand prints are drying give each child a picture of Tinkerbell to colour. Next cut out the hand prints and Tinkerbell. Cut off Tinkerbell’s wings and glue the handprints in their place with the wrists attached to the back of Tinkerbell.

Older children will be able to do most of the cutting out themselves, while younger children may need some assistance.

Areas of learning covered:

  • Creative development
  • Physical development
  • Language, Literacy and Communication skills
  • Personal and Social development
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