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Momma's Fun World: 100 different fun ways to paint without a paint brush

Momma's Fun World: 100 different fun ways to paint without a paint brush

Simon Says Art...this is such an exciting idea! I can't wait to try it! ("Simon Says draw a blue circle...") Cool to see what different pictures they end up with!

Simon Says Art...this is such an exciting idea! I can't wait to try it! ("Simon Says draw a blue circle...") Cool to see what different pictures they end up with!

Wet chalk & black paper= an easy and fun art project for the kids!

Creating Invitations to Play

Wet chalk & black paper= an easy and fun art project for the kids!

How to Make Puffy Paint- a few ingredients you probably have on hand!

How to Make Puffy Paint

Glue paint...so easy (add a few blobs of paint to half full bottles of glue)  art teachers are so smart

Glue paint...so easy (add a few blobs of paint to half full bottles of glue) art teachers are so smart

Water color crayons. Shaved onto the paper with a sharpener, then sprayed with water and sandwiched between paper and ironed. by jenniferET

Water color crayons. Shaved onto the paper with a sharpener, then sprayed with water and sandwiched between paper and ironed. by jenniferET

Make your own colored/scented glue for fun classroom craft time

Make your own colored/scented glue for fun classroom craft time

Art Party Bubble Painting ~ kids love bubbles, so why not paint with them!  adorable bubble art.

Art Party Bubble Painting ~ kids love bubbles, so why not paint with them! adorable bubble art.

Hot Wheels Painting! A great art project for toddler boys.    *Squirt your paint onto a paper plate. I swirled ours up a bit with a paint brush first for added interest. Older kids may prefer the added control of separate colors.  *Its best to choose cars with patterned treads on the wheels.   *Roll the car across the paper plate to pick up some paint  *Drive on the paper!

Hot Wheels Painting! A great art project for toddler boys. *Squirt your paint onto a paper plate. I swirled ours up a bit with a paint brush first for added interest. Older kids may prefer the added control of separate colors. *Its best to choose cars with patterned treads on the wheels. *Roll the car across the paper plate to pick up some paint *Drive on the paper!

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