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HOLIDAYS/ART
Father's Day Gift

Submitted by: Kristen Lamsfuss
From: Seguin, TX
Date Submitted: April 24, 2003

Using an empty soup, vegetable, or cat food or dog food can, paint with a spray paint. I found that ivory seems to be a great color as a base. Using sponges: square for a checher board edge at the top and bottom in green, and an apple shape in red in the middle in red (can put about three) the students make a cute decorated can for their dad. I have the students bring in a zip lock bag of their dad's favorite snack. We place this in tissue paper in the can. With older students you can add a wire handle with a ribbon of raffi.

Then they can make a card about being the apple of their dad's eye.

     
 

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