finger paint


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fin′ger paint`


n.
a jellylike paint used chiefly by children in painting with their fingers.
[1945–50]
fin′ger paint`ing, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.finger paint - paint that has the consistency of jellyfinger paint - 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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The newly introduced services include chemistry and physical testing in children's finger paint and measuring the magnetic force in toys, microbiology testing for cosmetics and personal care products, heavy toxic metals test in textile and testing safety of household equipment such as refrigerating and ice-cream appliances, ice-makers and similar appliances.
You will need: | Red and green paint | Margarine lid | Paper Method: Squeeze a bit of red finger paint onto a margarine container lid.
This same process also can be used with finger paint.
There could be quarters in the cushions, pine needles in the floorboards, finger paint on the drapes.
Next time you're in the market for pant for your home, try our finger paint test when you want to know if paint is good or goo.
for example, markets children's bath products under the iconic Sesame Street brand, including the Sesame Street Fun in the Tub line, which consists of Finger Paint Bubble Bath in red, blue and yellow and Fizzy Tub Colors with Sesame Street characters on each tablet that turn bathwater into brilliant colors.
Interestingly, her Shaw Finger Paint Collection included the works of such recognized artists as Luigi Lucioni, a landscape and still-life artist who taught at the Art Student's League; Leon Dabo, a principal organizer of the famed Armory Show; and Grant Wood, the famous regionalist painter.
When painting with watercolor, we try many techniques, including using it as finger paint or with brushes.
Early childhood educators have young children finger paint, cut paper, and work with sand, glue and scented clay to engage their senses in the learning process.
While the program is designed to captivate those who are passionate about Play-Doh(r) and fascinated with finger paint, adults are joining the club as well.
It has been used as the basis for art projects: paint, finger paint, play dough, sand art, dioramas and sculpture.
Include items like crayons, paint, finger paint, sketchpads, pipe cleaners, and glue.