123 I Can Make Prints!
Kids Can Press, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 23 pages
Illustrated step?by-step print?making projects include patterns, folds, relief, etched prints and more. Budding artists will proudly say, "I can make prints!" Encouraging play and experimentation with everyday materials and tools, Starting Art unlocks the creative spirit in every young child. This excellent new series offers unique clear and inspiring step-by-step illustrated techniques for creating fun and appealing art projects that lead to discovery and a real sense of accomplishment. Starting Art introduces art concepts such as color, form and texture, reinforced and put into practice through the creative process. Each book includes a visual glossary of key art terms and a note to parents and teachers on how to ensure a good art experience every time.
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aluminum foil antennae anthill aphids artist's baby finger bees black paint blob of black blob of brightly blob of paint brightly colored paint bumblebee butterfly butterfly's body Carefully open caterpillar caterpillar's body clean foam tray cloth to carefully color of paint Dab the tip damp cloth deep grooves dinosaur fingerprints flip the painted foam shapes Fold the paper front wings fuzzy legs Gently press gently squishing INTAGLIO PRINT ladybugs Let dry Let the paint modeling clay MONOPRINT open the paper paint and gently paint and press paint dry paint roller Paint the foam paper and let paper in half pencil piece of cardboard piece of paper pipe cleaner Press your dragonfly Pressed-on Pattern printmaking prints are dry RELIEF PRINT roller to lightly small paintbrush small sponge spider squishing the blob squishing the paint sure your young THICK CRAFT FOAM thin-tipped black marker thumb track by pressing young artist