Invite preschoolers to an art exploration that engages the senses and encourages children to create in a whole new way!
Squeeze out several colors of tempera paint on a paper plate or other flat tray.
Have your child dip different flowers into the paint and use them to create flower prints on the paper.
Some flowers work better pressing the top down, some are better suited for using their sides.
A rose is one that works great both ways (just make sure it doesn’t have thorns!)
Use a piece of stem to paint stems onto the flowers
Keep on exploring paint and texture with all kinds of flowers!
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