One of our favorite art projects involves salad spinners! Yes, really. Spin painting is a mesmerizing process and lends itself perfectly to color our collection of fall treasures. Plus, it never fails to create stunning pieces of artwork. Seriously, you have to try this! Materials: Tempera paint in squeeze bottles Trays Tarp Salad spinners Glitter Cardboard Oil pastels School glue Tissue paper shapes (round, square) Watercolor sets Paintbrushes Tape String
Do your children love playing with water and anything else that involves pouring, scooping, dripping and stirring? Making ‘fairy potions’ provides some great sensory and fine motor opportunities. When stirring their concoctions children get to squeeze, pour, scoop, smell and explore properties like texture, flexibility and fluidity. Plus, it’s a perfect opportunity to welcome spring, go on a nature walk, collect and look at the plants that are blooming while
Scrape and squeegee paintings are wonderful art activites. As toddler’s are growing and searching for new experiences, they really like exploring a wide range of materials. Art projects like this will support your toddler’s growing independence while also lending themselves to beautiful creations. All materials can be handled easily which will empower children to create, make their own choices and find satisfaction in doing so without major help from you.