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:
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.
Through process art Children can focus on the enjoyment of the process vs. the product.
There is no "Wrong way" to do it. Children are free to explore and make individual decisions that result in a unique masterpiece.
It's easy to facilitate
One of the nice things about incorporating process art throughout your week is how easy it is to set up. In most cases you just need to provide the materials (or let them choose their own).
Crafts vs. Process Art
One of the main differences between Crafts and Process Art, is that Crafts have a specific outcome. Process Art is completely open ended.
Process Art can be made with different tools
In process Art you can use a variety items from around the house, as well as items from nature to create with. Some of my favorite process art tools are: Flyswatters, Forks, Spray Bottles, sponges, forks, and Marbles.
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