I’m so excited to share this new Easter Process Art for Preschoolers with you! This new painting for kids activity is perfect for exploring art with preschoolers this Easter season. Plus, you probably already have everything you need to do this project with your preschool kiddos today!
Process art is one of my favorite early learning projects for preschoolers because it focuses on the experience, not the finished product and this Easter Process Art for Preschoolers is a perfect example of that.
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I like letting kids explore different techniques and tools in a way that’s fun and engaging for them. This wonderful process art activity will help your preschoolers explore their own creativity, build confidence, practice fine motor skills, and explore color mixing.
Keep reading to discover how you can use this Easter process art painting activity at home or in the classroom this Spring.
Easter Cookie Cutter Painting
This particular Easter process art project is one of my favorites! Painting activities provide preschoolers with a creative sensory experience.
This Easter cookie cutter painting activity for kids will help your preschool kids build coordination, learn about color mixing, and get ready to celebrate Easter. Here’s what you’ll need to make your own Easter process art paintings:
What you’ll need
- Washable paint
- Paper plate
- White paper
- Easter Cookie cutters
Don’t you just love it when you already have most of the things you need on hand? These supplies are easy to gather, so you’ll quickly be ready to have some Easter process art fun!
Here’s how to do it
- Pour paint onto a paper plate towards the center of the plate. Use desired paint colors. You can use a single color or even mix colors.
- Press the cookie cutter down into the paint. Make sure you get the bottom outline of the cookie cutter completely covered with paint.
- Press the cookie cutter with paint onto the paper to make a print. Switch cookie cutters (if more than one cookie cutter is used.)
- Continue the above step as many times as desired.
- Set aside your Easter Process Art until the paint is dry.
Pro Tip: Once these Easter cookie cutter paintings have dried, preschoolers may color their paintings and give the prints a Spring design. These make great Easter gifts for grandparents too!
Easter Process Art for Preschool
Looking for more Easter process art projects for your preschoolers this Spring?
- You won’t want to miss this fun twist on traditional egg dye. It’s messy, but a whole lot of fun! The little guy had a blast with this Egg Painting Process Art Easter Activity for Preschoolers.
- Your little learners are sure to love this unique Easter-themed color mixing activity. Teach color mixing in an engaging and hands-on way with this Easter STEAM Activity!
How will you celebrate Easter with your preschool learners this Spring? Do you have a plan for dying eggs? Share your Easter art activity ideas in the comments section. I can’t wait to read them and try a few with my own kids this Easter.