Children grow up so fast! Start an annual Family Portrait Portfolio today and enjoy it for many years to come. It’s never too late!
Save art samples. When your toddler first seems interested, provide Crayola® Washable Markers and construction paper for scribbling and experimenting. You’ll want to save at least one creation a year as your child’s art matures.
Young preschoolers will begin to draw self-portraits and pictures of their families. Older children may prefer to draw their annual family portrait. Children can help put together a family portfolio of their work.
Put together a portfolio. Tape several recycled file folders together to fold like an accordion. Use a Crayola Glue Stick to attach pictures in chronological order. Label the portrait with each child’s age, the date, and any comments. Add snapshots if you wish.
At regular intervals, add children’s drawings of sisters, brothers, parents, grandparents, and the entire family. Label each new addition. When the front pages are full, continue on the back.
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