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    So, can I credit my mom for an activity? My husband picked up the kids at my parents’ house last week (I was still decorating cakes at suppertime…), and he found them painting her sidewalk with water. Henry told me that night during our nightly bedtime conversation that was his favorite part of the ...
    May 22, 2012

    Painting with real tools. Paint rollers, paint brushes and even a paint pan. But with water! Take it outside on the driveway and paint it!

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    • Penny Candy

      Painting the Driveway Water Activity ~ bring out the real painting tools and let the kids play! my boyz <3 water painting, this takes it to the next level...real tools!

    • `✿. Angela •*¨*•.¸¸♥

      Water Activity: Painting the Driveway by Jamie Reimer - Set the kids up with an assortment of tools: paint rollers, rolling pan, paint brushes, foam brushes, & a bucket. Fill the pan & bucket with water & let them paint away. A great activity for summer days, & the little ones get to experiment with the different items / http://handsonaswegrow.com/water-activity-painting-the-driveway/

    • Miss Heather Liddell

      Outdoor play space idea... Painting with real tools. Paint rollers, paint brushes and even a paint pan. But with water!

    • Pediatric Therapy Associates

      Painting the Driveway Water Activity ~ bring out the real painting tools and let the kids play! Strengthens grip!

    • Arwen McGilvra

      Painting the Driveway Water Activity ~ bring out the real painting tools and let the kids play - this is so good for strengthening & grading applied pressure - love the idea of the roller (I usually recommend brushes; this is a great idea!)

    • Natasha Thornton

      Painting the Driveway Water Activity ~ bring out the real painting tools and let the kids play - this is so good for strengthening & grading applied pressure.

    • Robyn

      Painting the Driveway Water Activity, I also used to give the kids old plastic honey containers, tie a two inch brush with string to the handle, fill with water and away they went, painting anything and everything

    • Jana Stunova To

      Painting with real tools. Paint rollers, paint brushes and even a paint pan. Water play

    • Ruth Stanfield

      Painting the Driveway Water Activity...oh my word, L would be out there for hours!!!

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