The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn is the perfect Story for the First Day of School
This story is so sweet, a little tale about Mama and Baby Raccoon. Mama kisses her baby's hand before he heads for his first day of school. We've made a companion craft for preschoolers with a Sensory Play appeal that uses our special recipe for edible paint.
|The Kissing Hand with Craft for Preschool and Kindergarten.|
Chester Raccoon's Mom reassures him he will enjoy school. She takes his hand, gives it a kiss and tells him to touch his cheek when he needs a kiss. He gives his Mommy a kissing hand too. And, we've made one for you to share with your little ones.
How to Make an Edible Handprint for The Kissing Hand Book
Vanilla Jell-O Pudding Cups
Gel Food Coloring
Strawberry Gel Pie Filling
And lotsa love...
|The Kissing Hand book.|
Look, it's a craft. It's a dessert! It's crafty, edible art!
This hand-print is 100% Edible and Yummy too. Jell-O Pudding Cups make the perfect finger paint, just add a little gel food coloring. We let the kiddos mix in red and blue for a fun color mixing experiment, then we got some gooey, strawberry pie gel, plopped it in the middle to show where to kiss, and then added purple sugar sprinkles on top.
It smells and tastes great and after six weeks this one still looks the same (no nasty rotting) so pin it on your fridge or better yet, frame it!
The Kissing Hand
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