Explore colors and shapes with your preschoolers using this Circle Painting for Kids. Use common household items to practice stamping and learn about circles with this engaging and hands-on process art activity.
We love painting for kids and especially when we can use these wonderful creative art activities to practice important early learning concepts.
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Preschool is such a fun time for little learners and colors and shapes are one of the very first things I focus on in our homeschool. This circle painting process art from Experience Early Learning was absolutely perfect for our back to school lesson plans!
Not only that, but it’s also quick and easy using basic household items. For our circle painting process art, we used a variety of cardboard tubes, plastic cups, pompoms, and of course lids.
Circle Painting for Kids
What you’ll need
- Circular tools: toilet paper tubes, lids, etc.
Here’s how to do it
Encourage children to create a circle painting by dipping the circular tools in paint and stamping them on the paper.
Baby girl of course loved this activity and the little guy got involved too. Painting is a great way to practice creative thinking, problem-solving, and fine motor skills as well as just relax and have a good time together. It’s no wonder these invitation to create process art activities are so popular in our homeschool classroom.
Don’t forget to check back if you’re interested in seeing what we’re up to next week with our Friends & Feelings theme from Experience Preschool!