Bubble Wrap Grapes - No Time For Flash Cards
This is a great example of why trying things a few times with young children is so important. A few months back we made these and my son was not really into using bubble wrap, that all changed this time! He loved painting it and printing it onto the paper. This wraps up our week […]
Preschool Painting with Rolling Pins
Push the brushes aside, because we have discovered a love for painting with rolling pins in our preschool class! I love how something that is so simple to set up can create so much fun! Plus, it's a great way to reuse that bubble wrap, such as when we painted directly on that fun-to-touch packaging. In our preschool classroom, we try to use as many recyclables as possible, and items that we already have on hand. I'm sure we are not alone. That goes for doing activities at home, too! . . This…
Bubble Wrap Print Dragon Craft
This bubble wrap print dragon craft is a fantastic for preschoolers. Just use the templates provided, paper, some bubble wrap, paint, and glue. Using the bubble wrap to paint the dragons is a unique technique and is so fun and fast. Every child is sure to enjoy this craft and will love the print the bubble wrap leaves behind. The end result will have then wanting to do more.
Bubble Wrap Jellyfish Craft for Siblings
Are you looking for an arts and crafts project suitable for your toddler, preschooler and older children to work on together? Do your kids love googly eyes and sea creatures? If so then they'll love these Bubble wrap Jellyfish. They are made using bubble wrap, pipe cleaners and googly eyes.
Bubble Wrap Body Slam Painting
This bubble paint body slam activity combines gross motor, sensory and art. Plus, it's just super fun and makes kids laugh!