I LOVE open-ended art projects for my toddler and preschooler. Sure, I love watching my kids paint pictures I draw, or color in their coloring books, or make things out of pipe cleaners and googly eyes, but there’s something so wonderful about watching them create when there is no expectation of some pre-determined outcome. Not only do they get the chance to work on some important skills while creating art, but they are given the opportunity to be truly creative. Keep reading!
This is a simple painting project using a different kind of paint brush- a kitchen dish brush! The bristles of the brush work perfectly to make fall leaves on a tree.
I love all the colors of fall. My kids and I are always collecting fall’s beautiful leaves as we go for walks or play at the park. As part of our fall theme week, we made some colorful leaves of our own. It was the perfect dreary fall day activity. Keep reading!
My nearly four year old son isn’t always excited about painting. If I substitute a stamp for a brush, however, his little face lights up and he can’t wait to tackle the project! As part of our fall theme week, I thought doing some apple stamping would be a fun idea! This art project can definitely be done by both toddlers and preschoolers- my two year old did a great job as well! Keep reading!