Easter kids painting party
I would have the kids paint a paper yellow for the texture, before collaging it for the chick. I do like using the feathers too. It would be good for teaching the difference between simulated and actual texture.
DIY Easter Egg Paintings A project I put together for my toddler and I to do. Materials, tape, paper or canvas, scissors, paint brush, acrylic paint. Simply tape off the shape of an egg, use the tape to great lines in the egg shape. Give your toddler a brush and some paint and let them go to town. I added a few details afterwards to give it some more detail. Perfect project to do together for Easter!
A slightly more sophisticated approach to finger-painting. Just tape over part of a canvas or painting paper using masking tape or any easily removable tape. Then let your child go to town with finger-paints! Lastly, peel off the paint. You can add stickers after it dries if you want. Great for all ages! Don't be afraid of a mess; crayola finger-paints have come right off any surface my kids have splattered on so far.