R15673 My First Mosaics


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Create your own fun characters with mix and match mosaics! Learn about basic human proportions and fun character costumes.

Students will love piecing the different cards together! Organizing the mosaics to make people pictures is a great way to develop critical thinking skills.

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The large size and simple “puzzle-like” artwork make them perfect for young children. Introduce mosaics to students with fun images of children in uniforms, fantasy costumes or historical clothes. Featuring bright colors and backgrounds to distinguish each set of character pieces. The characters are illustrated with a variety of props to help students identify them easily.

Each complete image is made of 3 mosaics; the head, body and legs.

Mix and match assorted pieces, then glue onto a sheet of card to make a funny, unique character. Makes a great “take home” art project!Line-10

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