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Self Portrait Craft Kit

Item #:GP2065
Includes everything you need!
A Fun, Expressive First Portrait Craft.
  • An artistic tool for kids too young to journal.
  • They can express who they are, or who they want to be.
  • Kids can also partner up and draw each other's faces.
  • Break the ice with this fun "get to know you" project.
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Fun first portrait craft lets kids too young to journal express who they are, or who they want to be. They just use the included markers and crayons to color the paper faces. Kids can also partner up and draw each other. Includes self-standing paper portrait sheets, markers, crayons, glue and colored shredded paper. 7" x 9".
  • UNSPSC Code : 60120000
  • Brand : S&S
  • Recommended Ages : 5 years and up
  • Project / Assembly Time : 30 min
  • Country of Origin : USA
  • 2015 Recreation : pg 198

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5

Loads of fun

By Didi

from Orlando

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Comments about Self Portrait Craft Kit:

Ok, so it doesn't look like a self portrait, but the kids had fun decorating these with the curly paper hair that comes in the kids. They turned out cute.

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5

"Versatile tool"

By Linda

from Battle Creek, MI

About Me Licensed therapist 

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Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Original
  • Quality Construction
  • Lots of Fun

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  • None

Best Uses

  • Socialization
  • Thoughtfeeling work
  • Self esteem

Comments about Self Portrait Craft Kit:

This product can be used as an ice-breaker, rapport-builder or therapy tool. I most often use it with kids, but teens and adults find them fun and meaningful as well. I have them decorate the front how they see, or think others see, themselves. On the back I draw a circle where the brain is and have them write thoughts. I draw an arrow from the brain down to a heart and have them identify the feelings created by each thought, helping them to learn the differences between and affects of thoughts/feelings. I often use a theme when asking for thoughts such as self-image, family, individuals, specific memories, school, trauma etc.

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