Of all the painting experiences I share with my students, the one they most enjoy is anything that has to do with painting at the easel.
Continuing with our interest in listening, I set up the easel for my students to enjoy a little listening time as they painted as the easel.
Exploring the concept of stained glass through this simple easel starter in our preschool classroom.
We decided to switch our regular easel paper out for paper towels and invite the children to try a little drip drop easel painting in preschool!
My class did such an amazing job exploring this flower painting process at the easel that I just can’t help but share our latest experience!
A fun way to create new interest in the easel is by offering different processes. Our latest offering was smudge painting on the easel.
We read the book “Penguin and Pinecone” by Salina Yoon then expanded the book into our art, science and other content areas throughout the day!
The children created their own easel paper presents through this simple easel starter!
Exploring the use of pipettes through the engaging process of drip drop painting.
Exploring the easel painting process by making cupcake flower paintings in preschool.
A wonderful exploration in block building only this time we used the easel as our platform for block play. Super cool idea taught to me by one of my students!
Change up your easel and make it a sticky easel with this simple idea. Today – we had a rainbow sticky easel!