Fingerpainting is great for toddlers. It’s so much fun to make a huge mess and get praised for it!
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 . . . . .