A fun variation to bath time is to put several different items around the house to let your toddler play with. Some examples of what I used are: big plastic storage containers filled with water, a dish sponge, measuring cups & spoons, a spatula, different things to mix with, and a noodle strainer. It’s a . . . . .
For this project, find anything around the house that you could make a texture painting with: I used a dish sponge, an old mascara wand (washed), and a Q-tip. Some other ideas are: an old toothbrush, feathers, cotton balls, makeup sponges, etc. First, my son sponge painted pink on a piece of paper. Next, I . . . . .
To make this Tie Dye Coffee Filter Butterfly, grab a regular-sized coffee filter and let your child color it with markers. The more it is colored, the better. My son is still in the scribbling stage so I also colored one along with him so he could see the colors blend together more clearly. When . . . . .
My son mastered the art of blowing so I wanted to give the straw painting a try. I placed paint in various parts of a piece of paper that was taped down to the table. I gave him a straw and let him blow the paint. I helped him blow as well so he could . . . . .
This is a fun craft for kids of all ages! My son was 20 months old when we made this. First, pour a few watercolors in a paint palette or small dishes Let your child paint a piece of paper. Set aside to dry. Take a second piece of paper and let the child color . . . . .