Monday, March 26, 2012

4th of July Handprint Footprint Flag Craft

This large 4th of July hand print and footprint flag craft was for the whole class. Mount it on the wall.


  • large sheet of poster paper
  • red and blue paint
  • brushes
  • dishes.


  1. Lay the big paper down on the floor. Use a ruler to mark lines with pencil for the blue field and stripes.
  2. Have students dip or brush hands with blue paint and press onto the hands the top left corner of the paper for stars. Alternatively, you could paint a blue field, allow to dry and then make white hand prints.
  3. Dip or brush students feet with red paint and make foot prints in a line for the stripes. Remember, the top and bottom stripes of an American flag are red.
  4. Allow everything to dry and display.

Source: Random Handprints


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