A stunning process art project using a few simple supplies.
Layer absorbent paper towel all over the table (even though liquid watercolor is washable, I’d recommend covering your work space with recycled newspaper or another similar covering before layering the paper towel to protect the table just in case). Fill a few small jars with liquid watercolor and water (the more water you add, the less vibrant the colors will be). Choose 2-3 colors at a time- primary colors work great for this! Use droppers to drip and squirt color across the paper towels. Once the paper towels are dry, display the artwork around the house- they’re beautiful!
- Fine Motor- Builds strength and coordination of small movements in hands to pick up, squeeze, twist, cut, and manipulate tools and toys.
- Investigation & Inquiry- Observes, inquires, and investigates objects and events to gain understanding.
- Perceptual- Demonstrates the ability to distinguish, process, and respond to sensory stimuli in their environment.