Explore visual arts with your preschoolers using this Fork Painting for Kids. You’re definitely not going to want to miss this quick and easy painting for kids activity that’s perfect for your next health and fitness preschool theme!
This week’s focus is all things In the Kitchen and our topics are Cleaning & Safety, Measure & Pour, Chop & Stir, Bake & Cook, and Set & Serve.
Today we’re making process art using forks. What a great way to get creative using today’s lesson as inspiration! A while back, we did this fun painting with kitchen utensils activity too and both kiddos had a wonderful time.
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Today’s painting activity for kids was so quick and easy! I set out white cardstock, paint, and of course forks. Both the little guy and baby girl experimented with different ways of creating designs using the forks and paint.
- Fork or other utensils
- Set out the utensils, paint, and paper.
Invite children to explore painting with various utensils.
Painting is a great way for little kids to build their creative thinking and fine motor skills. And besides, most kiddos won’t turn down an opportunity to get messy, which means important sensory benefits for your little learners too.
Don’t forget to check back if you’re interested in seeing what we’re up to next week with our health and fitness theme from Experience Preschool!