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Spoon and fork art painting

Fork painting ideas

1-Sunflower painting

Fork print sunflower painting. Details the previous post
A Great post-reading activity for ”Van Gogh and the sunflowers” (Anholt’s Artists Books for Children) and ”Katie and the Sunflowers” (by James Mayhew)
Thank you for the inspiration ”craftymorning”

Materials:

  • Fork
  • White paper
  • Paintbrush
  • Green,yellow,orange paint
  • Sunflower seeds

sunflower fork painting

2-Tulip painting

Homeschool fork tulip painting artwork

Materials:

  • Plastic forks
  • Finger paints
  • Paper
  • Makers

tulip painting

Our mailbox got plowed down by a snow truck yesterday.Like,it’s laying horizontally in the snow on our front lawn.Defeated.It is untimely death has me wishing for spring.These cheerful fork tulips were easy to make with stuff we already had around the hause.
Disposable forks,paint,paper,makers.Peanut used pre-writing skills to make stems with a green marker and then we just used plastic forks as a stamp for the tulip prints.I found that the finger paint actually worked better than the normal paints,since it’s thicker,but both were fine.March,we are ready for you:)

fork tulip painting

fork tulip panting idea

3-Spider painting

Spiders fork painting and spoon painting activity for homeschool

Materials:

  • Plastic spoon
  • Plastic fork
  • Q-tips
  • Black paint
  • White paint and paper

Demonstrate the activity for your child.Dip the plastic spoon in the black paint and press it on the paper.Dip the plastic fork in the black paint and press it on both sides of the black oval.Dip the q-tip in the white paint and dab it on top of the black oval to make eyes.Repeat.Benefits of this activity include:order,coordination,concentration,fine motor skills and creativity.

spider painting with spoon and fork

Have fun…

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