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color weaving with transparencies

color weaving with transparencies

Process Art : Painting with Yarn and Tempera Paint.  A great project for your students with special learning needs and sensory issues.  Work on fine motor skills and build independence.  Get all the directions at:  http://buggyandbuddy.com/process-art-for-preschoolers-painting-with-yarn/

Process Art for Preschoolers: Painting with Yarn

Process Art : Painting with Yarn and Tempera Paint. A great project for your students with special learning needs and sensory issues. Work on fine motor skills and build independence. Get all the directions at: http://buggyandbuddy.com/process-art-for-preschoolers-painting-with-yarn/

DIY Kids Spray Bottle Art Experiment with abstract art using a spray bottle and paints. There are 2 methods for making kids’ spray bottle art: Spraying diluted paint Spraying water at watercolor paper

DIY Kids Spray Bottle Art Experiment with abstract art using a spray bottle and paints. There are 2 methods for making kids’ spray bottle art: Spraying diluted paint Spraying water at watercolor paper

200+ Ideas for Messy Play Ideas from The PLAY Group including a section for messy process art to spark creativity in children.  Ideas are open ended with a focus on the process.

200+ Ideas for Messy Play Ideas from The PLAY Group including a section for messy process art to spark creativity in children. Ideas are open ended with a focus on the process.

32 Of The Best DIY Backyard Games You Will Ever Play

32 Fun DIY Backyard Games To Play (for kids & adults!)

This is a fun way to extend the Art curriculum outdoors.  Make containers of branches and stones available.  The children can then use them to create a surface for painting.  Let the children paint directly onto the snow with brushes.  Encourage children to clean up by returning the sticks/stones and flipping the snow over with a shovel, then smoothing it over.

Winter Art Project: Paint the Snow!

This is a fun way to extend the Art curriculum outdoors. Make containers of branches and stones available. The children can then use them to create a surface for painting. Let the children paint directly onto the snow with brushes. Encourage children to clean up by returning the sticks/stones and flipping the snow over with a shovel, then smoothing it over.

Working with Pastels - Easy Process Art for Kids

Working with Pastels - Easy Process Art for Kids

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