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  • Melanie Conerly

    Blow Painting Monsters. Another great girl scout craft idea

  • Amanda Tavares

    This whole blog is basically an awesome place to get kids craft ideas!!

  • Brandi Svoboda

    Blow Painting Monsters: craft for monster party?

  • Christine

    Blow paint monsters. Thin some tempera paint with water. Drop small amounts on paper - then use a straw to blow the paint across the page making "monster" shapes. (Make little monsters on the invitations envelope)

  • Johnett Ciriniconi

    Blow Paint Monsters - Thin some tempera paint with water. Drop small amounts on paper. Then use a straw to blow the paint across the page making "monster" shapes. Add googly eyes. Too cute!!!

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Blow paint monsters...would be great to follow them up with a poetry or writing assignment

Bubble Painting: Simply have the kiddos blow, and blow and blow until they have a huge pile of bubbles. Next press the paper gently into the bubbles allowing them to pop on the paper. Repeat the process with as many colors as the kids want. The end result is amazing. If you have not tried this with your kiddos yet you need to.

Compass Painting ~ a fun and playful way to combine math and art! Who knew school supplies could be so fun!

Splatter Paint Fall Tree Craft; Fantastic to use with a screen frame, paint, and a toothbrush to run over the screen frame. Could do with colors for tree across all seasons!

Blow Painting Craft... I used to do this as a kid!

8 Activities for Tots that won't cost you anything - water painting, bean scooping, water scooping and pouring, apple/potatoe stamping, ice cube boat-making, ice cube painting, pudding finger painting, peanut butter playdough fun

Circle onto grid, branches onto circle--just make sure your two color schemes are sufficiently cotrasting, then go for tints and shades