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Handprint Alphabet – W for… Walrus

| September 15, 2012 | 13 Comments

Oooh we were looking forward to the Handprint W for a long time. Something irresistable about a walrus. Red Ted thought the “moustache” was the best bit! So here we are in our Handprint Alphabet Crafts series with W for Walrus! Some say that it looks a bit like the Dr Seuss Lorax. Mmmh yes. But I guess that makes it all the more fun!!

Handprint arts and crafts for preschoolers

For this craft we focussed on the Walrus’s facial features!

preschooler alphabet crafts

Once again a “full” red hand.

preschooler alphabet handprints

Then cut out some felt or paper shapes to make up the features. The little black thing is supposed to be his tail.

preschool handprint crafts

Aren’t they cute?!

handprint crafts

Pip Squeak decided to paint by herself.. then got distracted by colour mixing:

toddler painting

Red Ted duly joined in:

preschooler handprints

Check out the rest of the alphabet:

Handprint Art A,  Handprint Art B,  Handprint Art CHandprint Art DHandprint Art F , Handprint Art GHandprint HHandprint Art IHandprint Art JHandprint Art KHandprint Art LHandprint Art MHandprint Art NHandprint Art OHandprint Art PHandprint Art QHandprint Art R,  Handprint SHandprint THandrpint Art U, Handprint V

Hope you liked our preschooler handprint craft today!

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  1. So cute. I really am enjoying all the hand print crafts. : )

  2. Red Ted Art says:

    Thank you Bethany!

  3. Sian says:

    oh, made me smile this morning : )

  4. Red Ted Art says:

    Mission accomplished!!

  5. Isil says:

    They look lovely!

  6. Rebecca says:

    Such cute little fellas.

    Thanks for linking to the Sunday showcase

  7. Robin says:

    Love all of your ideas. Making a book for my granddaughter . Looking for another idea for. N – any ideas?martin975@yahoo.com

  8. Andrea says:

    Love this! Where can I get the actual alphabet paper/page that you used that has the nice boarder and colour letter and animal name?

  9. Carolyn says:

    I take a hand print and a foot print of each of my grandkids every Christmas. The book is growing, and is fun to look back and see how much each of the kids have grown. Fun ideas here. Thanks for posting

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