A Movin’ & Shakin’ Kids Painting Technique!
Priscilla is obsessed with these silly rubbery hairy sensory ball things. She stretches them, throws them, and bounces them until they deflate and the little rubber strings fall off all over my floor. I NEVER buy them. But her dad always does. (Anything for his little girl, right?) So we had a few around the house, and lately I’ve been looking at everything in terms of kids painting tools…
Silly Sensory Ball Kids Painting
And these make REALLY COOL painting tool! Here’s how we painted with them…
First, we taped some paper into the bottom of a big plastic storage tote and took it with the balls and paint outside. Then we squirted some paint (blue, green, and white) onto the paper and threw the balls inside.
Then we shut the lid, each kid grabbed an end, and they shook, shook, SHOOK! Giggling the entire time of course.
Then we ooooh’ed and aaahhhh’ed when we opened the lid to see this AWESOME textured painting. I think I love these silly rubbery sensory balls now!
What’s the craziest “tools” you’ve ever used for kids painting? I’d love to hear about it in the comments below!