There’s something about messy kids…. and what better way to bring out these painting activities for kids but with a TWIST!
It’s time to get your kids covered in color and bring out the paint.
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While painting is fun, it’s also an important developmental activity for your kids!
Find unusual objects to paint! We often find bones when we're out in Colorado and decided to paint a few.
Preschool painting doesn’t have to get boring!
Try it with a twist and replace those paintbrushes with flowers.
This summer let your child continue to build writing muscles as well as core muscles while having a good time with vertical writing.
Have you ever thought about infusing your child’s paint with spices?
Trust me, art never smelled so good!
Outdoor finger painting is SO much more than just making a pretty picture.
This activity is a full-on sensory experience that gets kids using their bodies, imagination and senses.
Aren’t these leaf prints beautiful?
Your preschooler will love painting leaves and can easily do this!
This splat art is a crazy fun way to help kids explore science through art. Add it to your list of process art ideas, as it’s sure to be a favorite with your students.
Turn your art into a science project by painting with sunscreen!
This bold and beautiful spray bottle fireworks or galaxy process art project for kids is an exploration of painting techniques, texture, and positive/negative space.
Kids' printing art activities don't always have to include gloops and glops of paint. Strawberries are a perfect example!
Learn about Pointillism and explore color and patterns with this simple Pointillism art project using q-tips.
Can you paint without having any paints! Yes!
This amazing process art activity will thrill your kids.
Combine movement and process art with this fun mess free ball painting.
Use sponges to create your own masterpiece.
Make beautiful Butterflies with Potato Stamps.
This is a great art idea for kids of all ages.
One easy way to make handwriting practice fun is to make it big! Painting big letters with window paint on the windows is a great way to get kids excited about working on letter formation.