Invitation to paint with kitchen utensils. Fun painting activity for all ages.

Painting with kitchen utensils

Demonstrate creative expression through the visual art process (use simple art materials). Demonstrate development of fine and gross motor coordination (refine grasp to manipulate tools and objects).

Ikea hack: Tolsby frames in the classroom and homeschool More

Ikea hack: Tolsby frames in the classroom and homeschool

Shaving foam and powder paint mixing and mark making

Shaving foam and powder paint mixing and mark making. This is another good example of AFFINITY SPACE and it has all the facets of triggering curiosity- Empowering Pedagogy for Early Childhood Educators

Using droppers with food colouring onto paper towel... Teach the kids about colours and mixing them

abstract art with droppers, liquid water colors, and paper towels - beautiful and great for fine motor development. PSIC arts# plastiques# en maternelle Art# for kids#

Holly's Arts and Crafts Corner: Our New Art Room!!

Our New Art Room!!

Drip Drop Watercolors @ Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds. Think I'll try this one out today or Monday! Little man V loves water activities!

Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds: Drip-Drop Watercolor Painting and also what a good idea for a paint tray !

Color Mixing in the rain- powder paint in icing decoration bottles-Twitter@Sarah_L_Vickery

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Color Mixing in the rain- powder paint in icing decoration bottles spread around with brooms

Coloured water for pouring, measuring & colour mixing on a reflective sheet in the tuff spot, at Childminding Watford Playful Minds (",)

Coloured water for pouring, measuring colour mixing on a reflective sheet in the tuff spot, at Childminding Watford Playful Minds (",)

Rainbow Bubbles (Sensory Play): whip up a foam frenzy with bubble mix and see how many rainbow swirls you can make in it. Uses food colouring or paint, glitter and a whisk!

Rainbow Bubbles (Sensory Play)

A GO IN WATER TROUGHS Rainbow Bubbles (Sensory Play): whip up a foam frenzy with bubble mix and see how many rainbow swirls you can make in it. Uses food colouring or paint, glitter and a whisk!

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