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No-Mess Monster Craft

It’s always great when kids can get a fun sensory experience with paint without actually touching the paint. If I plan an activity where my kids come into contact with paint I know I’m bargaining for about 30 minutes to an hour of clean-up around our house (of course, sometimes it’s fun to just embr...
  • Melissa Leger

    Having Fun at Home: Rainbow Squish Monsters finger paints, plastic eyes,

  • Henry Charles

    Rainbow Squish Monsters - use popsicle stick to dab blobs of finger paint onto the middle of a piece of paper. Fold the paper and squish. Open the page and figure out how to turn the shape into a monster. Give the kids googly eyes to put on where they want. They tell you where to draw details on with a marker (ears, feet, hands, horns, etc).

  • Sharron A. G. Langford

    ✅Squish paint monsters - symmetry, color blending, and abstract art. Cute! This would work great to make dragon/lion heads for Chinese new year decor

  • Jenny Buck

    Monster craft: 1. Dab on globs of paint toward the middle of a piece of paper. (You’ll want to make sure that the dabs of paint are close together so that it looks like a body when they are squished together) 2. Fold in half. 3. Squish and rub (the best part!) 4. Open paper. Add googly eyes (you don’t need glue if you stick them on when the paint is still wet) This is also a fun part because it’s kind of like seeing shapes in the clouds. 5. Use a black marker to add other details

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