Painting without the brush

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on June 16, 2012

in Creative Art, Hand and Footprint Painting, Painting

If you read my previous post then you can see that depending on the age of the child, a paintbrush can either be the primary focus of a painting experience or the paint itself can be the primary focus of a painting experience…

For my 14 month old grandson, the paint brushes were what interested him the most but for two year old Clara, she is ready to explore the paint…

Clara has to be careful painting with her feet because the paint can be slippery on the paper. But no worries, Clara has this all figured out…

Just reach over and use your hands too…

Yep, for Clara exploring the paint was definitely interesting! Who needs a paintbrush when you can use your hands and feet?

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