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Art activities for preschoolers

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Blow painting with straws is simple yet lots of fun for kids of all ages. Use a straw to blow liquid paint around on paper, creating interesting designs.

Blow painting with straws is simple yet lots of fun for kids of all ages. Use a straw to blow liquid paint around on paper, creating interesting designs.

Shaving cream painting for preschool kids and toddlers is great summer fun. This valentine's day activity looks great with hearts, easter eggs, and more. It is also a fun bath time activity. You can also see you how to make clean up easy too!  #kidsart #paintingwithkids #kidsactivities #paintprojects #paintedart #kidspaint #babypaintideas

Shaving cream painting for preschool kids and toddlers is great summer fun. This valentine's day activity looks great with hearts, easter eggs, and more. It is also a fun bath time activity. You can also see you how to make clean up easy too! #kidsart #paintingwithkids #kidsactivities #paintprojects #paintedart #kidspaint #babypaintideas

Pointillism art with Q-tips is one of our standby, super-easy-yet-interesting activities and watercolors work great for it! #printmakingwithkids #printmaking #kidsactivities #kidsart

Pointillism art with Q-tips is one of our standby, super-easy-yet-interesting activities and watercolors work great for it! #printmakingwithkids #printmaking #kidsactivities #kidsart

Painting with Rubber Bands - fun process art for kids!

Have your kids tried painting with rubber bands? This messy process art activity is a lot of fun! This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Lava Soap. All opinions are my own. Please see my disclosure policy. OK - so before we start, I have to warn you. This CAN get messy! We did this inside but if you have more than one (quite careful) child - you may like to take it outside. Oh, and some safety glasses are useful because the paint splatters go everywhere! To set up the painting…

1st.This is a great project that kids could do at home especially in the time of distance learning. Everyone has toilet paper rolls!

When my oldest was diagnosed with dyslexia, he was also found to have dysgraphia and dyscalculia. One of the things that really helped him improve his dysgraphia was working with an Occupational Therapist (Hi, Jill!!) who

Looking for some fresh ideas for alphabet activities? These will have your kids begging for more! Magically appearing letters? Yes, please! All you need for this activity is a white crayon and some watercolors. Using a white crayon, write the letters A-Z on a white piece of paper. (I used one of the non-washable ones and it worked great!) Tip: Write the letters in random spots on the paper, but do it in A-Z order so you don't forget any of the letters.

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I cannot believe that we are already in Week 6 of our Weekly Virtual Book Club for Kids! Last week we had way too much fun with spiders. We even went tarantula hunting and we