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Body Tracing

I bought wall decals for Caleb’s room.
I couldn’t bring myself to throw away the paper backing without using it!
Recycle, reuse and reduce ๐Ÿ™‚
Big pieces of paper = body tracing!

I used a pencil to trace Caleb’s body onto the paper.

He’s tracing the lines and drawing on his face and hands in these pictures.

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When Caleb got tired drawing, I gave him parts of the face to stick onto the head.
This was a wonderful review for body parts! I just drew the eyes, eyebrows, ears, and nose on sticker paper using a Sharpie.
For the mouth and heart, I used red paper and put double-sided tape on the back. I made the mouth U-shape so Caleb could put whether he was happy or sad. This was a great way to check on feelings. I’m glad to know that he felt happy ๐Ÿ™‚

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Caleb drew hair on himself.
This was a fun practice for drawing lines!
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He stickered his feet for shoes ๐Ÿ™‚
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Traced his name onto the paper.
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He wanted to paint his face like a dog before taking a picture with the final product. He’s supposed to be Blue in Blues Clues.

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Face Painting

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Caleb and I took turns painting on each other’s faces.
I used Snazaroo Face Painting kit for this. Be sure to do a skin test before using ๐Ÿ™‚ After a while, he wanted to do it on his own. So I let him paint over the face that I painted.

Here are pics of Caleb painting his own face for the first time.

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Caleb tasting the paint.
Maybe he thought it would taste like candy…
Good thing it’s non-toxic.

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The Finished Product.
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Posing with mom.
Caleb painted my face and when he was done he said:
“Mommy look like BJ!(from Barney)” and laughed out loud. The sense of humor on this one…hahahaha! ๐Ÿ™‚

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