fingerpaint

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Noun1.fingerpaint - paint that has the consistency of jellyfingerpaint - paint that has the consistency of jelly
paint, pigment - a substance used as a coating to protect or decorate a surface (especially a mixture of pigment suspended in a liquid); dries to form a hard coating; "artists use `paint' and `pigment' interchangeably"
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For twenty seven years Ivan lived alone in his observation cage, with fingerpainting and TV for distractions in a steel room with windows that was 14 feet square.
They include activities for practicing routines, making pastry, fingerpainting, games, cleaning up, making sounds, exploring colors, play, recognizing faces, following instructions, and learning body parts.
But just months after he supposedly entered the fingerpainting camp, al-Shihri reappeared in Yemen where he was suspected to have been behind a deadly bombing at the U.
A short video of him fingerpainting can be seen on YouTube.
adidas and deviantART have put together an online Fingerpainting Contest that engages the millions of deviantART members in a competition to create and submit art using the iconic adidas Originals "three stripes" trefoil logo.
Children from local primary schools took part and the youngster won after impressing judges with his stunning holly image that he created with fingerpainting techniques.
Maybe the tykes in Commerce's beloved child-care center could take up cubist fingerpainting and the cafeteria could feature paella.
One side features a soft, squishy gel that simulates the feel of fingerpainting.
Have a snowball fight, prank-call your pals, take up fingerpainting.
Indeed, ask most working mothers, those who don't have retinues of staff, whether they'd like to stay home and do fingerpainting with their five year-old at least part-time and they would say 'yes'.
We watch them learn about the mysteries of maths, master the mechanics of the photocopier, struggle their way to a grasp of interpersonal ethics and lose themselves in the marvels of fingerpainting.
Fingerpainting is created when the child touchs the easel's special surface with fingers or one of the four included drawing tools.