Painting with kitchen utensils | Clare's Little Tots
Painting with kitchen utensils. An Invitation to paint using things around the house.
Ikea hack: Tolsby frames in the classroom and homeschool - Munchkins and Moms
Classroom (and homeschool) teachers need to know about this! These Ikea frames are indispensable!
Abstract Art Effect Created by Pipettes
The children created abstract designs by squirting liquid watercolors all over paper towels. We prefer to use glass contai...
Strengthen Fine Motor Skills Using Pipettes and Paper Towels
Using pipettes is a great way to strengthen preschool fine motor skills, getting their hands ready for writing. Dropping vibrant watercolors onto paper towels has been a favorite in our 2 and 3 year old classroom for years because it's effective and fun!
We are excited to be taking part in a PAINT-A-THON hosted by Emma Owl. 35 bloggers have teamed up to bring you 101+ painting ideas for kids. We are huge fans of process art so couldn’t wait to combine Adam’s love of guttering and paint. (This post contains affiliate links) Regular readers will know that Adam...Read More »
Coloured water for pouring, measuring & colour mixing on a reflective sheet in the tuff spot, at Childminding Watford Playful Minds (",)
Rainbow Bubbles (Sensory Play)
Continuing my series of bubble activities that I'm featuring this week, today's simple play activity uses basic craft ingredients and a couple of items from the kitchen. Rainbow bubbles is a fun sensory activity which really allows the child to lead their learning and exploration of the materials.