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Grade: K-2
Age: 4-6

A fun way to turn an ordinary object into a great gift for Dad. From teacher Vivi of St Andrews School in New Mexico, USA


To teach children about caring and to help develop fine motor skills.

What You Need:

  • A medium size stone
  • Tempera paints
  • Brush
  • Glitter

What You Do:

  1. Wash the stone with water. Dry well.

  2. Paint with your favorite color. Wait until it is dry about 2 Hrs.

  3. You may decorate with sequins or glitter.

  4. You may wrap the finished stone in tissue paper with pretty ribbon and give to your dad for Father's Day.

  5. Surprise -- a paper weight for dad's desk!

Recommended Products:

Keepsake Paperweight

Keepsake Paperweight - Pack of 12

Kids add their own pictures to glass paperweights and finish with sequins as well as trinkets signifying sports, hobbies, friendships anything important to them. Pack includes printed circles, cardboard circles, glass paperweights, non-toxic markers and glue, sequins and instructions. 3-1/2" diameter.

Seashell Paperweights (pk/12)

Seashell Paperweights (pk/12)

Bring the sea indoors with attractive, easy-to-make paperweights. Glue shells and sand to base and lock them in time beneath the glass dome. Perfect gift for family and friends. Includes glass paperweights, felt, card board circles, fine sand, shells, non-toxic glue and instructions. 3-1/2" diameter.

© Vivi

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