Toddler Art Project

Toddler Art Lay masking tape on some canvases, and let your toddler go to town with colorful paint. When you strip off the tape, you'll have a lasting piece of art celebrating your toddler's creativity!

We all know how important bee are to the environment. This study is so thorough, so fun and so DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE!

Bee hive with egg cartons? You bet! This is such a clever idea for a display in a bee themed classroom or after studying bees in science for other elementary classrooms. This could also be a great back to school board.

Slide painting with textured balls. Creative development. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning.

Done-we painted outside with balls on the slide this weekend with Fin. He enjoyed it for a short period, but it did not hold his attention. Maybe a possibility for art in the park. Slide Painting with Balls- art to get kids moving!

Circle-Painting Art project

Circle Paintings with Kinders

How to manage a group of twenty kids in a collaborative art project: circle painting project for kids // an oldie but a true goodie for sure, especially for numerous same aged children, or A Deep SpaceSparkle Art Project for

Explore gravity while painting with friends. Great for preschool, kindergarten, homeschool . . . and I bet older kiddos would love it too!

Drop! Splat! Playful Preschool Art with Watercolors

Explore gravity while painting with friends. Great for preschool, kindergarten, homeschool, and I bet older kiddos would love it too! Once dry, you could draw Monster faces on the paint splats.

Get the kids to draw their face with a transparency and a mirror. Awesome results!

Get the kids to draw their face with a transparency and a mirror. OHP on a mirror?

Make a magical sensory tray for mark making and early writing using homemade fairy dust and exciting added extras! Such a fun way to ignite the imagination and enthusiasm for young children as they learn their letters and sight words in a playful, hands-on way!

Sensory Writing in Fairy Dust

Make a magical sensory tray for mark making and early writing using homemade fairy dust and exciting added extras! Such a fun way to ignite the imagination and enthusiasm for young children as they learn their letters and sight words in a playful, hands-o

So simple - make a sticker station to promote fine motor skills. Fine motor skills are used for things like writing and tying shoes... so get some practice that doesn't feel like practice!

Sticker Station - Easy Fine Motor Activity

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letter s Melted snowman shape craft. A fun winter craft for kids! Learn shapes and develop fine motor skills.

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