Sensory Tub Painting

Allison McDonald
May 15, 2013
If you read my post Monday you may have heard my dear daughter is trying to give up her nap. If she refuses to sleep we go outside if possible. This art activity was so much fun. We use our water table as big sensory tub and with this activity we also turned it into an open ended art activity. The results were awesome. This super simple sensory tub painting will be done over and over all summer I promise you! Gather your materials. You will need a tub ( we love ours and use it daily) but a large shallow Rubbermaid type bin would work perfectly too. Paint, some brushes and plain paper. You may also want a hose ready for clean up. Start by letting your child chose some paint colors . Paint the inside of the tub. Explore. She made squiggles with both ends of the pain brushes,added more paint, pretended to drive the cap all around the paint , and mixed with her hands. Next grab some paper and print! I was amazed at how well these turned out. They were all different and totally rad. Hang up to dry. Finally I had a use for this trellis that has been bare since I killed the plant that was on it. I am good with kids, not so much with plants. Now clean out the tub with the hose. Arguably the best part even though the painting was super fun. Who can compete with this?   The post Sensory Tub Painting appeared first on No Time For Flash Cards.