Step 5: Lastly, we both painted the inside black.
I happened to find this old frame for 8 bucks at my local thrift store where the poster board fit almost perfectly.
What I learned: 3 year olds have the attention span of an ant. I’d go smaller next time. With that said, however, the project turned out to be a lot of fun. The older the kid, the more detailed you could go with this. I loved that we could do something so fun and learn about numbers and colors at the same time! I’d definitely do it again!
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