10 messy outdoor painting activities
I am participating in a blog hop called School’s Out: Top 10 Learning Activities! All week, each of us bloggers are sharing fun learning activities to inspire and encourage you to learn alongside your child through these hot summer days! Make sure to head over to School’s Out to see all of the other posts in this fun series!
I am sharing 10 Messy Outdoor Painting Ideas today. Painting provides wonderful hands-on fun and exploration — and outside — there is even more freedom to create process art. Better for child, definitely better for the cleaner-upper. Children can create masterpieces, while learning in the process, in so many different ways.
Here I have collected many wonderful messy painting activities — some only need paper and assorted paints, and others use materials such as colored ice, squeegy brushes, paint bombs, sponges, drills, fly swatters, and squirt guns.
Messy Paint Bombs from Wildflower Ramblings.
Rainbow Sponge Painting from Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds.
Shaving Cream Paint from Fun at Home with Kids.
Painting with a Drill Brush from My Nearest and Dearest.
Squeegee Painting from My Nearest and Dearest.
Fly Swatter Painting from Reading Confetti.
Squirt Gun Painting from BlogMeMom.
Colored Ice Cube Painting from The Chocolate Muffin Tree.
Painting in the Rain from Housing a Forest.
Sidewalk Chalk Painting from Learn Play Imagine and Erupting squirt bottles from Learn Play Imagine.
Paint Dripping Art from Childhood 101.
Make sure to hop over to School’s Out to check out all of the other amazing Top Ten lists by many fellow kid bloggers!!
What fun! We love messy art (especially when it’s outside! lol!) and this list gives us lots of ideas to try!
Thanks Emma!!! My son is still not a fan of painting, but we’ll try the squirt gun later this summer :)