I’m excited about sharing a super fun giant name painting activity for preschoolers and toddlers today! We were going to take this outside, but one a raining day we pulled and audible and decided to cover the breakfast nook table. The kids loved it, especially Skyla. The kids took a while to paint and they were actually fairly tired afterwards.
That is literally the point. And learning of course 🙂
The set up for this is super easy, so in a very short amount of time, using materials that you may already have in the house, you should be able to set this activity up for some fun with the kids. So take a look at how we did this toddler project quick and easy!
Giant Name Preschool Painting Activity
Name Art Materials
2. Washable Paint for Kids- My favorite brand is Crayola washable paint.
3. I use paint tape to hold the paper down because it comes up easy and doesn’t leave residue behind.
4. A bowl for the water, and napkins to wipe off the paint brushes.
5. Large kids paint brushes!
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Name Paint Setup (5 min setup time)
1.I started by spreading the brown paper on the table and taping the edges to the table so the paper wouldn’t move. I tried to set this up before the kids saw, but as soon as they saw what was going on they hardly let me finish setting up lol.
2. Next I wrote out both of my kids names on the paper with pencil, trying my best to cover the length of table.
3. My last step was was the poor out small portions of paint for each of the kids. The paint goes pretty far so you don’t need to poor that much. (see pictures). I provided the brushes, paper towels, and bowl of water.
4. As they painted, i did help to guide them with colors and painting, but mostly let them free paint and be creative 🙂
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#newblogalert ! Dez and Skyla really enjoyed this name painting activity! The setup was quick and the painting actually took a while. Skyla was tired afterwards according to her 😆 I love it because it allows them to be creative but also focus on letters and name recognition. Brown paper is an awesome canvas! Do you do crafts with brown paper? What’s your go-to activity?
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