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Sand Art | CMSMatHome

Sand Art | CMSMatHome

 

Good morning from #CMSMatHome!

Let’s do sand art together! For this hands-on activity, you’ll need some cardboard, glue, sand, scoops or spoons, and a pencil.

Cut your cardboard, then trace your design with the pencil and cover the lines with glue. While the glue is still wet, sprinkle sand all over it, then gently shake off any excess sand. Leave your art to dry.

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