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Creating tape resist art on foil - What a fun texture to paint on, and I just love the results.

Tape Resist Art on Foil ~ Learn Play Imagine

Wednesdays with Handmade Charlotte: 10 Ways To Paint With Preschoolers | Paint Me Plaid

Easy Pipe Cleaner Crafts | The boys created angels, bumble bees, reindeer, monsters and more.

Button Tree Art - a great kids craft idea!! #diy #craft #crafts #kidcraft

Snow Paint. To make your snow paint, com­bine equal parts white glue & shav­ing cream. Cut out var­i­ous snowy shapes from card stock (I would def­i­nitely rec­om­mend a stronger weight paper, as the paint is rather wet). Then, let the kid­dos glop & smear their snow paint all over.

Fall Hand Print Art - Exploring Negative Space with Kids from A twist on the tried-and-true fall hand print tree.

Watercolor Names over Hot Glue by Teach Preschool. This would work for sight words, too!

how to draw...highly necessary for me since my drawing skills topped out at a 2nd grade level

Draw a picture with glue, sprinkle salt, dip a paintbrush in water and food coloring and touch it to the will be mesmerized.

Ever tried this wet on wet watercolor technique? I love to offer the children new art techniques to try, because it invites creativity, challenges them to take a risk and try something new, and helps them develop connections with what they've already learned.

Craft sticks, boiled in water for 15-20 min., will bend into cups and then become bracelets. fun....then paint and decorate. Who knew?

One activity, four ways: Tape It Up! A collection of ideas for using tape for creativity and play for babies through to bigger kids.

Water Drops on Wax Paper - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Homemade Cards for Mothers Day (or Fathers Day, or Valentines Day...) made out of tissue paper balls for pre-k and kindergarten kids. From

Color Mixing Discovery Bottles Shake them over and over to combine the colors and watch them separate again and again!

Make beautiful exploding art with erupting paint bags. This activity only requires two ingredients and explores art, science, & sensory play all in one