A wonderful exploration of color, smell, taste, and creativity using one simple ingredient! Popsicle Paint!
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!
We recently spent time exploring “under the sea” and the children created one of our old favorite paper plate activities – the polka dot painted fish.
Exploring the process of blending colors with our simple version of rainbow swirl paint!
A simple, yet engaging color mixing activity for preschoolers…
We are introducing two unique and inexpensive art materials to our class. Perhaps you even have them around your house!
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.
Chalk paint is so simple to make and because it includes a little bit of chalk pounding, the process of making chalk paint is quite fun too.
Our children retold the story and created painted picture collages in the style of Eric Carle.
The book Ain’t Gonna Paint No More inspired us to create a beautiful mural on our classroom wall.