Today's post comes from Marnie Craycroft. Be sure to read through to the bottom of the post to see her bio and link to her blog, Carrots are Orange.
We fell in love with resist painting this past fall working on Letters then again for Valentine's Day. The best part about resist painting is that your kids get a great sensory experience and get to be messy! In the end, the result always seems to be beautiful.
Here is how we created an Earth resist painting.
- a piece of blue card stock
- an Earth coloring page to use as an outline (this part is really optional because you could approach drawing the land randomly).
- A piece of white sticker paper
- Green paint
- A paint brush
- Sticker Letters or tape to make letters (optional)
- I printed the coloring page on a piece of white sticker paper
- I roughly cut the outline of the bodies of water
- I placed the sticker on the card stock
- We got out our painting gear
|My sweet son really wanted to add glitter so I let him and it turned out very cool|
|I let my son place the letters|
|Good fine motor development for preschoolers|
|Place sticker letters wherever you and your child would like them placed on the card stock|
|Let dry (the hard part), revisit and peal the sticker|
|Display however and wherever you'd like|
Happy Earth Day!
Editor's note: This post is a part of Show & Share Saturday, It's Playtime!, Natural Parenting Group's Monday Blog Hop, Teach Preschool's Earth Day Blog Hop, Link & Learn: Kids' Craft & Play Ideas, Kids' Co-Op, and Your Green Resource.