Friday, December 9, 2016

Sweet and simple mark making you'll always treasure

Simple fine motor art with flowers.

Your preschooler will love making her mark this whimsical art activity.

How do I make these moments last forever? Two golden heads bend over a project. Four tiny hands trace smooth acorns. Two little noses sniff the sweet roses on a misty moisty morning. 

Little fingers couldn't resist the silky petals. I gave them a bucket and they filled it quickly. We didn't stay out in the damp for very long. Soon we headed inside. Time to do something with all those petals.

Your preschooler will love making her mark this whimsical art activity.

How to make flower art

Materials

Flower petals. So far we've found that roses and dandelions work well. Other flowers don't seem to leave as much color.

White paper


Your preschooler will love making her mark this whimsical art activity.


Simply use the petals to draw designs on your paper. We spelled our names, and drew pictures of flowers. While you're working you'll get to enjoy the sweet smell of the flowers all over again.


When you are finished,  you'll have a priceless design commemorating a precious day with your little one.





More fine motor activities 


Painting with berries

Window shields for birds

Clever paint time clean up

Snowflake addition and subtraction


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