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With Earth Day just around the corner here is a colorful art project to celebrate and appreciate the beauty of gift called nature we all have been blessed with!
What you will need
- Finger paints
- Pipe cleaner
Dip pipe cleaner in paint and make impressions on paper. Dip index finger in paints and press on paper for wings.
Earth Day is intended to be a chance to learn and get engaged in ways in which we can live in a more environmentally responsible fashion. We all are the residents of this planet and share the duty of keeping it clean and green.
As we celebrate this Earth’s Day let’s not limit the spirit of gratitude towards earth for this one day, extend it to everyday by being thoughtful and kind in our actions towards mother nature.
Have a colorful day!
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Simply love this fun Illustration by my 8 year old daughter - Things are hard to start with...learning makes them easy!
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Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Often the question get raised, what can a single person do? Or what difference it will make?
It’s not an easy conversation especially when people have preconceived minds.
I feel so blessed that I am raising the kids who share my passion towards the happier and healthier world. Few days back my daughter got a lovely gift for me and she told me” mommy thanks for making us the throwers of starfish”. I wondered what it meant.
When I opened the gift, it was a beautiful story titled ‘Starfish’.
I got so touched with the story. It’s a beautiful read so I thought of sharing with you all.
A man saw a boy throwing starfish into the ocean, he asked the boy why he was doing this and the boy said, “The sun is up and the tide is going out. If I don’t throw them in, they’ll die.”
The boy picked up another starfish and threw it in. He smiled and said, “It made a difference to that one.”
This month’s art project is also inspired by this story.
For this project what you will need
• Paints or markers
Draw starfish on cardstock. Cut using scissors. Dip paintbrush in paints and dab it gently on the paper for polka dot impressions. Write the story or print for the base. When dry, stick starfishes using glue to the base.
Be colorful, joyful and the change you wish to see in the world!