Stamping with Bottle Caps is so much fun. It's such a sensory experience, as the bottle cap slides around in the paint. For this activity I've used the closed side of the bottle cap, but using the open side is just as fun. If you don't have any bottle caps you can also use Corks, Small Foam Stamps, or even cardboard tubes.
Drop painting is a fun way for children to explore and create a unique piece of art.
This project supports children as they learn they can combine ideas and materials to create any design they can imagine.
Looking for a fun art project for your mixed age group this fall?
Explore color mixing with this fun squish and twist pumpkin activity! This technique incorporates science, and improves fine motor skills! Use this open ended process to create color mixing creations year round!
Magnet painting combines process art, an element of science, and music! As with any STEAM or process art activity, the focus is on a child's creativity and observation skills as opposed to the final product.
Here are some learning outcomes and vocabulary opportunities for this activity:
Have you been searching for a fun new Process Art Project? In addition to being fun-sponge painting supports motor skills, creativity, and sensory input!
The first step is gathering your materials:
What can I help you find?
Thanks for stopping by! On this site you will find resources for early childhood educators including: printable games & activities, lesson planning ideas, and suggestions for your learning spaces!
Why not become a member?
Shop for my Products on TPT