Activity: Hands and Fingers Sign
to color within boundaries of drawing
|1||palette of finger paints (red, yellow, and green)||per group of 2 learners|
|1||container of water||per group of 2 learners|
|1||paint brush||per learner|
|1||box of crayons||per learner|
- Totetude Finger Paint Sign [JPEG Image, 1.21 MB]
- Totetude Finger Paint Sign 2 [JPEG Image, 2.36 MB]
- Totetude Handprint Signs [Adobe Portable Document Format, 53.8 KB]
- Gather materials.
- Print both Totetude Handprint Signs for each learner.
- Review the traffic signs. What do their colors mean? Who are the signs for? Why do we need signs?
- First the learners will need to color their stop sign with a red crayon. They need to make sure that they stay inside of the lines.
- Next, explain to the learners that they will be painting their hands and fingers to complete the stop sign and a traffic light.
- Learners are allowed to paint only one hand red and press it onto the middle of the stop sign.
- After cleaning their hand, the learners will finger paint the traffic light red on top, yellow in the middle, and green at the bottom.
- Once complete, the learners will clean their hands and their area.
- I am able to color within boundaries of a drawing.
- I am able to create art.
- I am able to clean my work area.