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October 22, 2014
Art Libs

Without your child seeing, draw a head on the upper third of a piece of paper. Draw whatever kind of head you’d like – dinosaur, human, or fish! Fold the paper under the head and make tiny marks on the other side to indicate where the neck ends. Allow your child to be creative by adding the body! Then finish the legs together and unveil your silly creation.

 
 

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