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Made from the imprints of the children's hands and dots are fingerprints I think. Perfect for Nan!

“Iris eyes” won’t be the only ones smiling when they look at this gorgeous painting featuring purple irises on a white background. Look closely and you’ll see the flowers are actually imprints from each student’s hands.

Sixty 5" square watercolor paintings done by 6th graders! would love to do this with my little ones!

Love the idea of "legacy projects" collaborative artwork for students to leave behind. Beyond ROY G. BIV: Our Legacy Projects

let students paint paper with watercolors, wet on wet, similar colors. Let dry and cut into triangles. Students pick triangles and glue down randomly, leaving white around each one. Maybe try with black or other color background?

Watercolour triangles let students paint paper with watercolors, wet on wet, similar colors. Let dry and cut into triangles. Students pick triangles and glue down randomly, leaving white around each one. Maybe try with black or other color background?

Clothes Pin activities: one to one correspondence, color matches, beginning sounds, etc. (Take the idea across the curriculum.)

one-to-one correspondence counting clothes-pin activity - YES. For P use the actual number instead of the number word.