Stamp painting with bubble wrap is process art activity that is wonderful for toddlers up to elementary kids too. It is open ended and requires just basic supplies. Since it is winter, and extremely cold and snowy, we used white paint to make a snow storm on paper.
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Play dough monsters can be whipped up in no time and work well as a Halloween party activity. The supplies are minimal and play dough is cheap to make.
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We just had a community program at our local library called “Fall into Reading”. My part was to provide the craft to connect to the stories. It is difficult to find an activity appropriate for multiple ages that is cheap and easy to produce when you have no idea how many kids are going . . . Read More: Fall Crafts for a Crowd
We made adorable play dough snakes! They are full of creativity, color theory, fine motor skills, and fun.
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We are going to play with paint. This differs from painting because a solid surface is used rather than paper. The purpose of the activitiy isn’t to create a product. The goal is to experiment with manipulating a fairly large amount of paint, experience the textures, and play with color theory. In this . . . Read More: Playing with Paint