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Self Portrait Craft Kit (makes 40)

51¢ Self Portrait Craft Kit (makes 40) large

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Self Portrait Craft Kit (makes 40)

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.

Includes self-standing paper portrait sheets, markers, crayons, glue and colored shredded paper. 7" x 9".  more

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Item #: GP2065 (pack of 40)
 
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5.0

Loads of fun

By Didi

from Orlando

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Comments about Self Portrait Craft Kit (makes 40):

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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5.0

"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 (makes 40):

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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