Handprint rainbow painting is an idea that has definitely been around for awhile but to each new class of preschool students, it is still a new idea.
Have you taken the plunge into plunger painting yet? Don’t want to miss out!
We engineered up our own paint rollers by upcycling cardboard spools!
A wonderful exploration of color, smell, taste, and creativity using one simple ingredient! Popsicle Paint!
I really do think this version of yarn painting in preschool is unique and is the coolest!
Around here you can find bumpy balls at just about any store. I picked up six bumpy balls from the Dollar Tree for some bumpy ball painting!
Exploring the painting process with a two year old takes patience and flexibility! Observing this two year old so I can learn how to build interest in the painting process!
A beginning exploration in the world of art with this fun and very open ended form of squeeze art.
I was excited to discover that the recipe for edible fingerpaint was included in the brand new book Time to Create: Hands-On Explorations in Process Art for Young Children by Christie Burnett.
Exploring the world of fish though art and a favorite children’s book!
The texture and the designs that can be made with bubble wrap is wonderful. Come and check out our printing with homemade bubble mitts.
Pendulum painting is something I thought my class would enjoy going outdoors to try so we set it up during one of our last weeks of school and gave it a go!