View Poll Results: How does your child fingerpaint? (or did, if they outgrew it)

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  • Smears fingers, hands, feet, nose in it, spreads on paper, table, walls, etc., revels in it

    4 44.44%
  • Paints with hands on paper, enjoys making a picture, washes afterwards

    2 22.22%
  • Refuses to touch paint, insists on a paintbrush, throws a fit when paint gets on hands anyway

    2 22.22%
  • None of the above

    1 11.11%
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Thread: Poll - the fingerpainting behavior scale

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    KaylieS Guest

    Default IGNORE THIS ONE Poll - the fingerpainting behavior scale

    I SCREWD IT UP - DON'T ANSWER THIS ONE!


    LOL I created this one myself!

    WHere does your child fall on the fingerpainting behavior scale?

    Feel free to answer multiple times for multiple kids!

    I've never done a poll before so I might do this wrong at first.

    It is a follow up to my control freakiness child post on PAI because I ended up trying to explain where ds falls using fingerpainting as an example.

    Kaylie
    Last edited by KaylieS; 01-22-2007 at 01:47 PM. Reason: Screwed up Poll!

  2. #2
    KaylieS Guest

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    Answered first for my dd Cassie, who would be the one smearing it on the walls, ceiling, the dog, etc!

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    sugarsue is offline INCIIDer - A Community Creator
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    Hi Kaylie! I answered first for my dd who will touch paint and wash after wards (but she is worried about it while she is a mess).

    My other dd does not like to touch any of it and would rather I do it for her. She asks for a napkin after anything gets on her hands!


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