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Masking tape art

These geometric designs were a fun way to introduce masking tape to the kinders and it inspired them to create more patterns of their own! It is an easy painting activity using paper(card stock or cartridge), masking tape and tempera or poster paints.

Here are our lovely artworks :)

My children enjoyed painting these and I'm sure they love to do more!
How about trying them at home :)
Happy creating!


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