Recently, we paid a trip to the Bay Area Discovery Museum. My kids enjoyed playing in all of the exhibits, but their favorite was a window painting area. They spent so much time here that I knew we needed to recreate this window art activity at home. It was a huge hit! We set up our painting activity outside so I could just hose it down at the end for an easy cleanup. Learn how you can set one up below. For more fun painting activities, check out these Drip Painted Flower Pots.
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- 4-5 cups of different colors of tempera paint thinned with water
- Paint brushes
- Spray bottle
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