Friday, April 9, 2010

Worm Painting

This craft is loads of fun when pairing it with the study of worms or reading a worm book! Plus the look you get when the child touches it for the first time is priceless!

Supplies: brown paint, brown paper, and faux worms (found in worm bait) or rubber worms (found in party supply stores)

Process: Place the faux worm in the paint and let it wiggle around in the dirt (paint and paper).

Teach Well: Preschoolers need sensory experiences. Why not bring unique items into the classroom to help them explore? Those will be the ones they remember most! 

1 comment:

  1. Ok, that's the perfect boy art right there! LOL! When I saw the title I wondered if it was like those "elephant paintings" or "cat paintings" where the animal is the artist! LOL! (put a little paint on the end of the worm and see what they create).

    Cute idea, Jen!!



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