With all the craft activities we have been doing with the holidays, it was nice to let the kids create freely (process art) with this winter inspired art activity. It’s easy and fun, no scissors required so it’s perfect for all toddlers and kids! My son loved ripping the paper. He sat for an exceptionally long time to create his art project (yay!) before he ran off to play with his cars. I made a snowman in my example project but my daughter created freely and I LOVE the way hers turned out! That’s the fun part of this project, everyone’s will turn out beautiful and unique.
This post is part of the Creative Preschoolers Winter theme. Please make sure to see what other great ideas the team has come up with at the end of this post. Now let’s get started 🙂
Snow Paint Recipe
We used the Pretend Snow we made to make our snow paint, but you could use shaving cream and school glue, or skip the snow paint all together and just use white paper :).
2 Shades of blue paper (We used blue paper; it just doesn’t look blue in the pictures for some reason).
1 Black paper
Spoon or Paint brush
1. Rip blue paper and glue it to the black piece of paper to create a winter scene. Ripping paper is great for little hands!
2. Use the paint brushes to make a design with the snow paint.