This is an easy craft for toddlers to do ~ even a 1 year old with the help of someone older. First, tape clear contact paper to a wall or door. Do this by rolling masking tape so it sticks to the underside of the contact paper (the side without the paper) and to the . . . . .
Ever have that problem where your toddler’s paint and painting turn a yucky brown color? The best way to avoid that is to use only primary colors: red, yellow, and blue. This way, when your toddler mixes them, they will turn orange, green, and purple instead of brown. You could use 2 or all 3 . . . . .
This is a quick, easy project to make. I placed a paper towel on the table and lightly sprayed it with a water bottle. My son then drew (scribbled) with markers all over. It was fascinating to him seeing the markers run! I gave him a paint dabber (like a bingo marker) and he proceeded . . . . .
Use an empty egg carton to store golf balls! My toddler painted his. Kids could also have fun adding glitter or stickers to it as well. For the inside, I put tiny drops of different colored paint in all the different spots. My son started off using a pint brush and then decided fingerpainting would . . . . .
My 4 year old niece made this adorable caterpillar in her preschool class. Just cut an empty egg cartoon to whatever length you would like it to be and paint it. She put the face on the side…lol! Glue a bent pipe cleaner on top of the head for antennas.