Bubble painting (: Mix food coloring in with bubbles then blow them on paper and let them pop. Big bad bubble by Rubin, Adam. April, bubbles, chocolate : an ABC of poetry. Bubble trouble by Packard, Mary.
Painting with Watercolors, Glue and Salt. This will be a fun project this summer, just paint the canvas with watercolors. add some kosher sea salt (coarse is better than fine salt) and some glue splotches!
Marshmallow Catapult: I thought this would be a fun and great idea for students to make in class. The project of the marshmallow catapult incorporates both art and science.when you can't buy them all a marshmallow gun!
"Next winter, if your area is below go outside and blow bubbles! They immediately turn into "ice bubbles." SO FUN !" --- That was the original caption on this Pin. I'm sorry but if it's or below, I'm NOT going outside to frolic and blow frozen bubbles!
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!
Popped Bubble Art: Simply color bubble mix with food coloring and blow bubbles onto paper. As the bubbles land and pop, they create beautiful works of art. A great kids activity for those lazy summer afternoons