I introduced my students to water bottle painting which is an oldie but goldie way to paint fun, bright and beautiful flowers in preschool!
We sorted through our plastic bottles to decide which bottle would leave the best paint print for the children and decided our round Aqua Pod water bottles were perfect for the job. It is amazing how many different things we have been able to use these bottles for…
We also set out plastic forks for the children to make prints. Plastic forks make super cool prints for grass, leaves, or even flower petals…
Each of our students chose their own path for water bottle and fork printing. Some of the children really liked printing with the fork while others focused more time on printing with the bottles…
One little one even came up with the idea of making sun rays with her plastic fork…
Every flower painting turned out unique and beautiful…
These paintings were just the thing we needed to add a little springtime to our walls!
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