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Modeling clay is harder than play dough, which makes it the ideal sensory painting material for Modeling Clay Winter Painting. Painting with modeling clay improves fine motor skills, as the children have to push hard with their fingers in order … Read more

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Painting Fireworks is a lot of fun, especially if you are using some household materials as paint brushes. For this project, we took some toilet paper tubes and cut their ends vertically, in parallel cuts, so that the tubes look … Read more

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To do a snow winter painting with the kids, you need very few supplies. This craft is open-ended, so the children can create many variations of it. Snow Winter Painting You need: paper, tape, blue watercolor, white paint, paint brushes, salt. … Read more

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Milk Painting experiment has been all over the web lately and for a good reason: it is so exciting to do! The color in milk bursts as soon as the dish soap hits it, causing the color to “run away” … Read more

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Flowers can be used for painting and children of all ages absolutely adore this project. The flowers need to be relatively fresh and still full of “juice.” Allow the child to separate the flower into petals. Mash each petal between … Read more

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We adore using watercolors for our paintings with the kids. To try something new, we attempted a glue resist painting. For this project, you need some paint brushes, some watercolors and water and some school glue. Firstly, squeeze the glue … Read more

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Watercolors, used together with crayons, produce some interesting painting results. You can use colorful crayons, but if you choose to paint with a white crayon first, the picture will later be revealed to you. Children love these surprises in their … Read more

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Children love connecting with nature and painting comes naturally to most of them. As your kids pick up pockets full of rocks, leaves, twigs, feathers, pinecones and pebbles, they can easily use these to create masterpieces. Using natural materials instead … Read more

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One of the coolest summer art projects is painting on ice. You can try this inside or outside, and the latter would add another melting dimension of water to your artwork. First, we froze cookie trays of water to make ice and … Read more

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Glass painting effect can be easily achieved by using a special paper and special paints. The paints are gooey and thick and the paper is glossy. You need to allow this paint to dry for a few hours. We used photo … Read more

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During the strawberry season, fewer things are more fun than painting some strawberries in a sensory way: using homemade paints that also smell like strawberries. These paints can be used with brushes or with fingers for toddlers. Painting strawberries on … Read more

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Painting pine cones is a creative and fun activity for kids. Pine cones can be painted freely, or utilizing a pattern. Later, painted pine ones can become paint brushes, as rolling them on a piece of paper produces interesting designs. … Read more

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