Definition of Poster paint
1. Noun. Pigment mixed with water-soluble glutinous materials such as size and egg yolk.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Poster Paint
Literary usage of Poster paint
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1. Theme Pockets by Michelle Noble Barnett, Jill Norris, Caitlin Rabanera, Ann Switzer (1999)
"Cover the whole page. Let the painting dry completely. 4. Dip the swabs into poster paint and add tiny luminous spots to the deep-sea fish. ..."
2. Teaching Young Children Ages 1-6 by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Jill Norris, Marilyn Evans, Cindy Davis (2002)
"Paint the soles of the child's feet with poster paint. This is ticklish business! Be prepared for giggles and wiggly toes. 4. Have the child walk along the ..."
3. Folk Art Projects Around the World by Jill Norris (1997)
"Draw details with black marker and paint the mask form with poster paint. Dry completely. Retrace outlines with black marker. 4. Cut decorative shapes from ..."
4. Celebrate Life: A Guide for Planning All Night Alcohol & Drug-Free edited by Sharon Murphy (1992)
"Use acrylic paint on Fome-Cor® or cardboard as poster paint usually causes them to warp or curl; however, if both sides are painted, they usually uncurl. ..."
5. Theme Pockets by Michelle Noble Barnett, Caitlin Rabanera, Ann Switzer (1999)
"f\ Mural of Student Life Materials • large paper for web • black marking pen • pencil • crayons, colored pencils, marking pens, or poster paint • 3' (91.5 ..."
6. Real Math for Young Learners by Jo Ellen Moore, Jill Norris (1998)
"Materials: • rectangles of white paper (one per student) • small paper plates for paint • poster paint • shapes to print To make shapes for printing: ..."