Thumbprint Articulation Art

I've received a ton of questions about my articulation art activities that I sell on Teachers Pay Teachers. I decided to make a video to give you some tips and ideas on how I use them and adapt them to students' needs. 

 

 

My main tips: 

* Use washable ink or paint

* Be sensitive to sensory issues (use bingo dotters or crayons instead)

* If you don't have the right colored ink, you can dot the students' thumbs with bingo dotters and then on the paper (use washable bingo dotters). 

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