Tagged: children

Coloured Shaving Cream Sensory

Shaving cream is a smooth, bubbly play medium (with supervision, of course). Add an extra element of fun by adding some colour! Squeeze out a small pile of shaving cream on an easy-to-clean table...

String Gluing Activity

Using different types of yarn, string, and ribbons for gluing materials can expose your child to new textures and new sensory experiences. All you need is a few different types of string, a piece...

Sheep Cotton Ball Art

Baa baa black sheep, have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, once you and your toddler make this quick little project together! Herd up your little ones and try this toddler-appropriate gluing activity....

Clothes Peg Art Display

I love to display the artwork of children on the wall, but what do you do when you run out of wall space? Combining yarn, tape, and wooden clothes pegs, you can create an...

Multicoloured Handprints

Last week I wrote about footprint art, and today it’s all about handprints! Toddlers love the sensation of paint on their fingers, and by painting each hand a different colour, they can make distinct...

Car Painting

Toddlers love things that go and they also love to make messes. That’s why rolling toy cars through paint on a piece of paper is such a great art activity for young children. What...

Fading Footprints

Most kids love to have their ticklish feet painted, and this project is perfect for letting them run free with their artwork. You can do this project with one child or many. You will...