Foster your preschooler’s creativity and love of art with these fun process art activities using both tempera paints and watercolor paints!
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Providing opportunities for kids to take part in process art activities can help children develop creative confidence, experiment, and make sense of the world around them. Plus, it’s just tons of FUN!
By making various art materials accessible to your child or students, you can encourage all kinds of creating. In this collection, I’m focusing on fun ways you can encourage children to create using paint. I’ve organized the list of art activities by type of paint used- tempera paints and watercolors!
20+ Process Art Activities Using Paint
Process Art Projects Using Tempera Paint
Painting with Yarn from Buggy and Buddy
Paper Plate Twisting from Buggy and Buddy
Painting with Toy Cars from Fantastic Fun and Learning
Clay Resist Art from Babble Dabble Do
Painting with Colored Sand from Meri Cherry
Rolling Rock Painting from Tinkerlab
Paint a Branch from Art Bar
Rubberband Art from Handmade Kids Art for The Artful Parent
Magnet Painting from Left Brain Craft Brain
Painting on Foil from Teaching 2 & 3 Year Olds
Painting with Pom Poms from Fantastic Fun and Learning
Colored Waterfalls from Teaching 2 & 3 Year Olds
Process Art Projects Using Watercolor Paint
Painting with Cotton Swabs from Buggy and Buddy
Painting with Pipettes from Buggy and Buddy
Raised Salt Painting from Housing a Forest
Tape and Watercolor Process Art from Fun-A-Day!
Watercolor and Salt Art from Learn with Play at Home
Process Art Using Watercolors and Plastic Wrap from Buggy and Buddy