February 18, 2013

Mommy School - Q-tip painting

For our mommy school this week we tried out some q-tip painting, using the PDF printables we found HERE at Therapy Fun Zone.  It was fun and easy.  We got out our washable paint and some q-tips and then printed off the picture.


It wasn't crazy-messy, which was a bonus.


It was good for both ages (3 and 5).


If you let your tongue hang out, you can concentrate much better, you know.  I love it when he does that.


Ta-dah!


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15 comments:

  1. Nice and great idea.

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  2. Love this! I teach K, and we use Q-tips for regular painting all the time (mostly bc I'm a little scared of the giant paint messes that could be made). I've never seen these Q-tip painting sheets before, though. Thanks for sharing!! :)

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  3. Ooooooooooh! Love this!

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  4. I just love this!
    I will try with my kids!
    Carol

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  5. Thanks for sharing this idea, both my boys enjoyed doing this, this afternoon.

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  6. In my family, we call that "holding your mouth right." :)

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  7. This is awesome!! I am totally doing this tomorrow!! Thank you! :)

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  8. That is such a great fine motor/coordination activity. I kinda want to try it myself, looks super fun! :)

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  9. This is cute! I love that your kids are so focused on it -- and the end result looks fantastic.

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  10. wow I would say that was very well done for a three year old!!!maybe it was the tongue that created all that great motor skill.

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  11. That is so cool! I need to print those - my son would love those!

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  12. Great fun! I think we'll do this tomorrow since we're on "Winter Break" here in Detroit.

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  13. I haven't seen these kinds of q-tip painting sheets. I do them but just use little jars of water with food colouring in it and then they can draw all over the paper. Gives it a lovely watercolour effect. I will have to try these too.

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  14. Thanks for sharing our project. I am so glad that it was such fun.
    Tonya at Therapy fun zone.

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  15. Isn't this form of painting called pointillism? What a fun way for kids to get in on the action too!

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