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See the wide variety of art created by readers of all ages from these page prompts. No two pictures are ever alike. There is no right or wrong way to complete the
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Can you change this pair of scissors into something completely different? Turn the paper any way you want to.
See what others have done with the scissors.
A group of explorers found a rare bird deep in the jungle. They sent back this drawing of the bird sitting in a tree.
View what others have imagined the bird would look like.
A famous artist needs your help. The artist started this picture but was stung on the thumb by a bee.
Turn the picture any way you’d like and finish it.
What do you think the tooth fairy looks like?
See what others have created with this starter line.
Look at samples of what other people think the tooth fairy looks like.
This clown has learned how to become invisible. We can only see a circle. What part of the clown do you think this
See what others have created with this dot.
What do you think this woman sees when she looks in the mirror?
View others’ visions of the mirror.
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