Art Share: Paper Plate Faces

This post is authored by Anna Reyner, a registered art therapist and licensed marriage and family therapist. Anna is a nationally recognized arts advocate that has conducted over 500 hands-on art workshops for learners of all abilities. Follow Anna’s blog at Art and Creativity in Early Childhood Education.

Special Needs Application:

A good way to reinforce facial expression cues.

Try this whimsical paper plate mask:

1) Cut face holes in plate.

2) Paint with BioColor® or another bright paint.
3) Collage with tissue paper on top .

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