Book Review: Fingerprint Drawing

fingerprintsFingerprint Drawing is a book for kids all about finger printing. It teaches them the names of each of their fingers and different techniques to use when painting.  There are also examples of things you can make with the tips of your fingers and how many steps it takes to make it into something more like a flower or a bee! There’s also a bunch of funny faces you can turn your finger prints into!  As the book goes on, the finger painting ideas get more and more complicated – using 2 fingers,  making borders, combining the different shapes you can get by using different fingers, etc.  Definitely a lot of fun ideas to keep your kids busy the next time they are stuck inside!

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review, I was not otherwise compensated.

About the book

Kids can take finger painting to exciting new levels with this colorful, easy-to-use guide. Simple step-by-step directions show how to add just a few details that transform ordinary fingerprints into flying birds, funny faces, sailboats, snowmen, and scores of other fanciful creatures and objects.
Children will also learn how to form bigger pictures with lines, spirals, and waves. From a group of mountain goats and a garden of strawberries to a cluster of angels, a cityscape, and a speeding train, this book abounds in examples and suggestions that are certain to inspire young imaginations.

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