Simple painting idea – Caterpillar painting

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Kids are at spring break. My preschooler needs to do an art project every single day. Today I set up a simple painting activity that is perfect for spring. It is a very simple painting idea – a caterpillar painting done using a stainless steel kitchen scrubber pad
Caterpillar painting for kids

Simple painting idea!

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Materials needed for caterpillar painting:

  1. Printer paper
  2. Washable tempera paints
  3. Stainless steel scrubbers
  4. Marker
  5. Googly eyes
  6. School glue

Method:

  1. Pour tempera paints in a wide pan.
  2. Dip the kitchen scrubbing pad on the paint and dab on the paper.
  3. Maintain the circular shape while dabbing on the paper. Spring art ideas for preschoolers
  4. Use a different color for the next circle.
  5. Let the painting dry  completely.
  6. Add the googly eyes with school glue.
  7. Draw antenna and legs using a marker.Caterpillar painting for kids

The simple caterpillar painting is done! Have you tried painting without a paint brush?

You may be interested in our other painting ideas made with kitchen scrubbing pad. Please click the pictures below to read about them.

Simple dandelion painting idea for kids
Dandelion painting

Christmas wreath painting
Christmas Wreath Painting

snowman arts for kids to make
Snowman painting

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Simple painting idea caterpillar painting

 

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