Tossing paint filled eggs at canvas- SO FUN! Making the eggs is easy, too!
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Ice cube painting is one of my FAVORITE art activities because it's such a sensory experience! The ice paints change consistency the longer you play with them! I'm interested in the inclusion of sticks here - I think I prefer it without... less tasting that way! Heehee!
edible finger paint... 1 cup Flour (cornstarch works great too, but use 1/2 the amount, so in this recipe 1/2 cup) 2 cups Water Food coloring Optional: 3 Tbs Sugar Directions: Mix water and flour over low/medium heat. Stir for about 5 minutes, or until you have a thick mixture. Separate into containers and add food coloring. Let cool, paint away!
Edible finger paint for baby
Paint in ziplock bags, taped to table. Great distraction, no mess!
Puffy Paint- 1 cup salt, 1 cup flour, 1 c water, food coloring.
tape out name and have the kids finger paint over it
Put paint on papers with droppers then blow on it with straws.
Make flower prints with the bottom of a soda bottle