Playing with Paint Activities
Bubble Wrap Stomp Painting from Mess for Less – if you have some bubble wrap from a recent package, find out how you can use it in this gross motor painting activity. So much fun for kids!
Playing with Paint from Creative Connections for Kids – In this activity, kids can enjoy the process rather than focus on creating art. Kids can experiment with different textures and learn about color mixing as they play.
Dripping Salt Painting from Mess for Less – Dripping Salt Painting is an easy art activity to do with kids. You already have all the items you need at home.
No Mess Painting in a Bag from Still Playing School – Use a plastic bag and a paper plate to create some colorful and mess free art.
Painting with Feathers from Mess for Less – You don’t need a paint brush to create art with kids. Open up a bag of bag of feathers and experiment.
Erupting Baking Soda Paint Recipe from Learn Play Imagine – You already have everything you need to make this fun paint. Science and art combine in this activity.
Paint and Sand Sensory Play from Frog Snails and Puppy Dog Tails – Explore what happens when you combine paint with sand. Some messy fun awaits!
Puffy Paint from One Perfect Day – Did you know you can make your own puffy paint at home? Kids will be amazed at what happens to this paint when you place it in the microwave.
Neon Edible Finger Paints from I Heart Arts and Crafts – You can make these taste safe neon finger paints for babies and toddlers. Who says little ones can’t paint?
Homemade Bath Paints from Parenting Chaos – If your kids complain about taking a bath, they will change their tune after you make this fun bath paint. They won’t want to get out of the tub!
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