Footcraft Friday: Penguin Feet

The perfect winter kid craft: a foot print penguin!As a Houston podiatrist, I commit, each and every year, to making sure that foot pain never keeps your kids’ growing feet  from the business of childhood: running, playing and having fun.

It's that goal that inspires me to share my weekly foot print craft with all of you: I love finding ways for you to capture those all-too-brief moments when our kids' little appendages are tiny. To cool off your summer and keep kids busy even if the heat is keeping you stuck inside, I'm sharing a perfect chilled-out craft this week that I found on Meet the Dubiens. If you try it out, please give us a glimpse of your sweet results on my Facebook page. Here's to a happy and calm end of summer vacation!

Footprint Penguin

Supplies:

Paper
Black, white, and orange paint
Paint brush
Glue
Googly eyes

Directions:

1. Paint your child’s foot black and stamp on the paper. Allow to dry.

2. Using your black paint, paint some wings on your penguin

3. Using your white paint, paint a body on your penguin

4. Paint on an orange beak

5. Glue on 2 googly eyes

Hope you enjoy this one—feel free to share pics of your finished projects on our Facebook or Pinterest pages.

Dr. Andrew Schneider
Dr. Andrew Schneider is a podiatrist and foot surgeon at Tanglewood Foot Specialists in Houston, TX.
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