DON"T LECTURE...CREATE! Thumbbuddies are a great way for students to learn the reformers and artist of the 1800's. Students dip their thumbs and fingers in ink, and then put fingerprints on paper. They draw around the fingerprint so that it reflects what the author or reformer contributed to America. There is even a space for students to create a thumbbuddy all about themselves!
What is included:
1. Colorful and clear directions with a list of 20 reformers to choose from.
2. Student worksheets with organized areas for each fingerprint creation.
3. Teacher Tips.