Face Painting Badge
By Kathleen Edwards, Amy McCaslin, and Gina Woodward
Preschool: Do the 2 starred requirements below plus one optional requirement.
_____ 1. * Discuss what face painting is and reasons why someone would paint their face.
_____ 2. * Have your face painted by someone who knows how to face paint.
Level 1: Do the 2 starred requirements below plus two optional requirements.
_____ 1. * Do preschool requirements 1 & 2 and have your face painted in at least two different styles.
_____ 2. * Discuss face painting styles. Glamorous, Animal Face, Clown Face, etc.
Level 2: Do the 2 starred requirements below plus three optional requirements.
_____ 1.* Do Level 1 requirements 1&2 and know the types of paints that can and can't be used for face painting.
_____ 2.* Learn how face painting has been used in History. Look at pictures of Native Americans, Indians, clowns, hunters, sports figures, etc.
Level 3: Do the 2 starred requirements below plus four optional requirements.
_____ 1. * Do Levle 2 requirements 1 & 2 and know how to properly remove face paint.
_____ 2. * Learn about how face painting is used in movies or TV. Paint your face or someone else's face with a simple design using just three colors.
Level 4: Do the 2 starred requirements below plus five optional requirements.
_____ 1. * Do Level 3 requirements 1 & 2
_____ 2. * Paint your face or someone else's face with a complex design using 5 or more colors.
Level 5: Do the 2 starred requirements below plus six optional requirements.
_____1.* Do Level 4 requirements 1 & 2.
_____2.* Teach someone how to do a skill from this badge or teach some knowledge about this badge to someone. You can teach kids, your spouse, seniors, anyone, just as long as you are sharing your new found knowledge. If for some reason you cannot teach what you have learned to someone else, you may choose an additional 2 optional requirements instead.
_____ 3. Watch an instructional video on how to apply face paint.
_____ 4. Learn about various careers that involve face painting or require your face to be painted for your profession.
_____ 5. Talk to someone who does face painting as a hobby or business and ask why they enjoy what they do.
_____ 6. Learn how to make homemade face paint.
_____ 7. Sketch ten designs you would like to be able to face paint on someone in the future.
_____ 8. Participate in a service project that involves face painting.
_____ 9. Research other materials that can be used for face painting, such as glitter, face paint stickers, etc.
_____ 10. Read a book about face painting.
_____ 11. Practice face painting on a rock or other round paint-able object, such as a balloon or melon.
_____ 12. After you have your face painted, create a costume to match your painted face.
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