Teach little kids about Physics with this quick & easy Wind Painting for Kids Process Art Activity. Get creative with your preschoolers and kindergartners using things that you already have around the house. You’re definitely not going to want to miss it!
I’m all kinds of excited to share this week’s Wind Painting for Kids Process Art Activity. This month’s theme is Weather & Seasons and the little guy and I applied what we’ve been learning about Physics to make some really awesome wind art.
Wind is air that can move things. We can create wind with our breath by blowing out air. We can’t see wind, but we can feel it. Wind can be strong or gentle.
I’ve probably mentioned this before, but the little guy loves physics. It’s definitely one of his favorite subjects. So today we talked about the wind and how it moves things around as well as learning a little bit about forces and motion.
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A huge thanks to Experience Early Learning (formerly Mother Goose Time) for providing us with their Experience Preschool curriculum for free in exchange for sharing our honest and authentic stories resulting from our personal experiences. It’s been such a huge blessing to us! As always, my opinions on awesome stuff for little kids are 100% my own.
Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.
Wind Painting for Kids
What you’ll need
- Inspiration Photo
- Nature Items
Here’s how to do it
- Set out Inspiration Photo and additional supplies.
- Use crayons and draw wind swirls on the paper.
- What do you think will happen if you blow on different materials?
- What colors would you like to paint?
- What do you think will happen if you squeeze paint (watered down, if necessary) onto your paper and then blog items across it?
- What do you think of when you look at your art?
- How did the child experiment with blowing to create art designs?
- Did he run into any problems during the creative process?
- If so how did he resolve his challenges?
I love that the activities from Experience Early Learning are so incredibly versatile and that I can totally use the process art experiences to introduce complex science topics to my first grader.
And actually, what I love most about homeschooling is that more often than not we’re exploring everyday life through hands-on experiences. After all, little kids learn best through play.
Don’t forget to check back if you’re interested in seeing what we’re up to next week with our Weather & Seasons from Experience Early Learning (formerly Mother Goose Time).
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As an Experience Early Learning Blog Ambassador, I receive the Experience Early Learning Preschool curriculum in exchange for my honest and authentic stories resulting from our personal experiences. As always, my opinions on awesome stuff for little kids are 100% my own. Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids. #preschool #homeschool #mgtblogger
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