Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Warm Colors

The weather is changing and so are the leaves. This project is geared for children ages 2-5. This is part of the OKCMOA's new program called Tiny Tuesdays. This day we painted. I supplied the children with a warm color paint palette. We used red, yellow and orange. No rules, just fun!

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Sometimes I like to give kids different items to paint with. This day we used feathers, brushes, sponges and q-tips.

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With our sleeves rolled up and aprons on they were ready to use their tools and hands too!

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I set up a glitter station for those that wanted to add some sparkle when they were finished. Happy, busy kids!

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You will need:
-heavy paper. We used tagboard
-variety of brushes and tools: brushes, q-tips, sponges, feathers and more.
-paint. I use Crayola washable tempera
-glitter optional

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5 comments:

Big House Creations said...

LOVE!

La Dolce Vita: The Sweet Life said...

Very fun! This was a good reminder to allow my daughter to use glitter!

Just added myself as a follower!

Laura Efinger said...

Can you make a facebook page, so people can follow on the daily feed?

Erin Laughpaintcreate said...

Laura, that is something I have thought about doing for a while now. Maybe I'll get it set up today! Thanks for the push! It let's me know there is an interest.

:)erin

Art Project Girl said...

I love painting without a paintbrush! Great for this time of year especially.