1-Fork and other painting
Printing or painting without a brush can you guess what I used to make the different four seasons leaves?Looks like fun:)
I needed to did this!!! I’ve been holding off because I’ve been making them make crafts with lots of materials.So creative.We used plastic fork,q-tips,cokie cutters(shapes) ,sponge and cotton tips or different materials used you.
It is fork painting🙂
Today we discovered some yellow spring flowers and we wanted to paint it-unusually:)
2-Rolling Pin Painting
Rolling pin painting for toddlers or homeschoolers
- Rolling pin( plastic or wooden)
- Rubber bands
- Taping foam circles
- Bubble wrap( I haven’t got it)
Rolling pin painting using our play dough rolling pin and trying rubber bands and taping foamy circles for dun patterns:( sad that I could not find bubble wrap for another fun patterns.
Children love to paint in this period.
3-Cookie Cutter Painting
Space theme cookie cutters painting&stamping
Space Theme.Some simple star stamping using cookie cutters.Reinforcing the color yellow,star shape and identifying small,medium and large.
4-Process Art Apples
Process art with apples.
For this,I sliced two apples in half to be used with four paint colors.I used large corn holders to stick into the apples for her little hands to hold onto when stamping in the paint and on the canvas.I showed her how to stamp the apple first and then let her have at it.She stamped and slid the apples around,but didn’t finish until she got to mix up the paint with her hands too.
5-Dishwashing Wire Painting
Homeschool painting and printing art activity
Since we burned sparkles yesterday we painted fireworks today.The girls enjoyed it and especially C.
Homeschool hammering art activity with paints and cotton pads
This hammering activity was so fun.
I put dabs of washable paint on a large sheet of paper then covered them with cotton pads.My son had to hit them with a hammer to see what color was underneath.It only took doing one inside to decide that this was definitely and outdoor activity.Fun process art that’s also great for hand-eye coordination.
7-Rubber Band Painting
Homeschool rubber band painting art activity
- 3 or 4 rubber bands
Place the paper on the bottom of the container.Stretch the rubberbands across the container.Demonstrate the activity for your child.Paint the rubberbands with the paint.Pull on the bands and watch the paint splatter onto the paper.Repeat.
- Sensory skills
8-Ball Painting for Toddlers
Homeschool ball painting art activity
What you will need:
- Sensory balls
- Washable tempare paint
- White paper
We started our ball unit this week.First thing we learn about is how they move.So what better way to learn than to paint with them?
And what animal is round and moves like a ball,a caterpillar.This painting activity was a blast.
Homeschool firework painting art activity
- Toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls
- Different paints
- Yellow and purple papers
I just cut different length slits into the end of the paper towel rolls and fanned them out.Once these were dipped in paint,they created an amazing pattern on the paper.
This activity kept both girls entertained for well over half an hours as they explored the different colours,shapes,patterns and effects they could create.There was lots of sharing,turn taking and communication happening as well which was great to see:)
Love how our firework prints turned out.
Toddlers letter painting art activity
- Paint and plastic letters
Demonstrate the activity fou your child.Pick up a letter and make the letter sound(letter b makes a ba sound).Dip the letter in the paint and set it on the paper.Continue with all the letters!