A colorful and simple process to go with the wonderful children’s book “Lots of Dots.”
Exploring the use of pipettes through the engaging process of drip drop painting.
Working with a partner as we explored tin can partner painting during our “I Can Day” in preschool!
Exploring the preschool painting experience without a brush!
Creating colorful sprinkle paintings and discovering much more than we expected along the way!
Marble painting with preschoolers!
We are continuing to prepare costumes for our Thanksgiving feast in preschool…
Yesterday I shared about how we painted on the grill for our barbecue dramatic play day and today I want to show you our ketchup and mustard squeeze painting… The mustard and ketchup bottles actually contain red and yellow paint… The canvas is a large piece of currigated cardboard that I cut up into squares… Squeeze […]
To go along with our pretend barbecue, the boys had fun with a little ketchup and mustard painting on the grill… First we used a basting brush to spread a little ketchup and mustard (red and yellow paint) on our grill (aluminum pan with holes in it)… The paint flowed through the holes leaving fun […]
With my new light table all ready to go, I just had to play with it here at home and the first thing I wanted to try was a little painting… Now keep in mind that this is my DIY light table so there is no plug or electricity and because the lid is totally […]
The children at preschool made a paper plate bumble bee… The children started by using yellow paint and a paint roller to turn their paper plate a bright yellow… Then the children painted on some black bumblebee stripes with a paint brush. Notice how they used different types of painting tools as this process progressed. […]
Did you save the flower bouquet for preschool? I have shared how the kindergarten class made a flower canvas from a flower bouquet that was just about ready to be thrown out. Here are some additional activities to use up those flowers from the flower bouquet as well… While at one table, the children were making […]