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Painting Glove

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DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable children with vision disabilities coupled with other disabilities to join in painting activities. This device consists of sponge paint brushes attached to a child’s stretchy glove. The handles are removed from one or more sponge paintbrushes and the openings where the handles had been are expanded to accommodate one or two fingers of the glove. Place a small amount of low-temperature glue in the hole in the sponge. With a hand in the glove, place the finger(s) of the glove in the hole. Repeat until the desired number of brushes is attached to the glove. MATERIALS: Child’s stretch glove and assorted sponge brushes. TOOLS: Craft knife and low-temperature hot glue gun. SKILLS REQUIRED: Cutting and assembly. TITLE: Kids’ Glove Treatment (in Springboard). AUTHOR: Elliot, A. JOURNAL: RE:view. Vol 37 no 1, Spring 2005: p. 26-27. PAGES (including cover): 3 2005.

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