Exposing toddlers to open-ended art activities can be such a wonderful sensory and learning experience. I love watching my 2 year old become immersed in his art projects, and he’s always so proud of his finished pieces of artwork!
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Setting up opportunities for you toddler to create doesn’t have to involve lots of prep work. Often I just put a tablecloth over the table, grab a few art supplies from our cabinet, and let my toddler, Theo, go at it.
He’s usually pretty good working independently unless I’m introducing a new material or skill to him. Theo has recently become interested in using liquid glue. He can sit at the table forever just gluing things to paper…buttons, scraps of paper, sequins.. he loves it all!
If you’re looking for some toddler art inspiration, be sure to check out the toddler art projects listed below. I think you’ll find quite a few ideas your toddler will love!
15 Simple Toddler Art Projects
Big Art: Painting with Your Feet from Fun at Home with Kids
Painting with Cotton Balls from Where Imagination Grows
Tissue Paper Collages from Where Imagination Grows
Toddler Art: Rainbow Bubble Wrap Tree from Twodaloo
Painting Shells with Liquid Watercolors from Fun-A-Day!
Painting with Watercolors and Droppers from Buggy and Buddy
Easy Butterfly Art for Toddlers and Preschoolers from Twodaloo
Monoprinting: Easy Art for Toddlers and Preschoolers from Twodaloo
Squeegee Painting from My Nearest and Dearest
Yarn Printing for Toddlers from Blog Me Mom
Exploring Chalk and Water from One Perfect Day
Baby/Toddler Colored Rice Art from Fun at Home with Kids
Toddler Art: Paper Towels and (homemade) Liquid Watercolours from Happy Hooligans
Bubble Painting from Mama Papa Bubba
Toddler Art: Glue Dots and Buttons from Tinkerlab