Explore visual arts and physical science with your preschoolers using this engaging and hands-on Spray Painting process art. You’re definitely not going to want to miss this fun painting for kids activity.
I’m super excited to share this fun spray painting for kids STEAM idea with you today! Not only is it perfect for your preschool art studio theme, but it’s a great way to learn all about nature too!
Little kids learn best through play and this nature spray painting activity is obviously no exception. Children can explore patterns and designs while practicing problem-solving skills using the materials provided.
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Who doesn’t love painting? And especially spray painting, right? This spray painting for kids activity is such a fun way to practice important early learning skills with your preschoolers and kindergartners all year long. Not only that but it’s perfect for all of your art and nature-themed lesson plans.
If you’re looking for the perfect process art experience for your classroom or homeschool this year, then look no further. All you need is some nature items and a few spray bottles to create a truly unique project.
Set out nature items (leaves, rocks, flowers), paper, trays, and spray bottles of watery paint. Encourage children to set a nature item on paper inside the tray (or you can do this activity outside). Spray the item then pick it up. What design do you see?
- How can you arrange nature items to make different designs?
- What are other ways to use the materials?
- What other items could you spray to create a design?
Activities like this spray painting for kids are both fun and versatile. We did this activity several times and the little guy and baby girl had a blast creating different patterns and designs each time.
Process Art Activities for Preschoolers
If you love process art activities for preschoolers as much as we do, then definitely check out these other fun and engaging activities that are perfect for your little artists:
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