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Torn Paper Skeleton Hand

Young artists read about Halloween dress-up fun and use paper-tearing and cutting skills to create their own skeleton hand.

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Torn Paper Skeleton Hand
Axel Bahnsen, What of Man?, 1946

Story: Dr. Seuss’s Spooky Things, written by Dr. Seuss and illustrated by Tom Brannon (Random House Books for Young Readers; 2019)

Artwork: Axel Bahnsen (American, 1907-1978), What of Man?, 1946, Gelatin silver print. Gift of the Family of Axel Bahnsen, 2014.2.106

Supplies Needed
1) one of each: black, white, and colored construction paper
2) scissors
3) white crayon or pencil
4) glue stick
5) optional: crayons

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