Elephant Handprint Art Activity In Just 3 Steps

There’s an elephant hidden in your hand! Yup, you read it right. Your palm, when turned upside down takes the form of an elephant. Wondering how this is possible? Take a look at our elephant handprint art video to know more.

Go ahead, explore with your child and watch him/her gleam as you make a baby elephant out of his/her palm. A fun and engaging activity that your child will love! Doing the activity, your child’s sensory and fine motor skills are engaged, apart from their curious imagination.

How this activity will help your child:

  • Improve your child’s creativity and confidence
  • Help your child learn about animals while having fun
  • Keep your child away from the TV and Smartphone

 

Materials You’ll Need:
 
1) Chart
2) Poster paint
3) Paint brush
 
3 step handprint elephant
Instructions for Elephant Handprint Art Activity:
 
  1. Paint the hand with grey paint. Make an impression on a piece of chart and flip it.
  2. Make impressions of tree, fruits, and grass using fingers.
  3. Paint an eye, ear, and an outline of the tree.
 
Your handprint elephant is ready! 
Did your child have fun creating colourful handprints? Share your view with us.
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Sumitra writes on any topic that isn't political, mathematical, or well, hard to decode. She loves to read and narrate stories, put together quizzes, stargaze, and go to the beach. She has worked as a journalist, a storyteller, and a content developer. Now, she works with Flintobox, and without a doubt contributes for the blog.

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