Montessori art

Explore a variety of Montessori art activities to foster creativity and independence in your child. Discover engaging ideas that encourage self-expression and hands-on learning.
Crafts, Montessori Toddler, Pre K, Montessori, Fine Motor, Preschool Art Activities, Preschool Art, Montessori Art, Montessori Activities Preschool

In the last couple of weeks, we've been focusing on drawing with oil pastels and creating with clay; however, every couple of days, I will also set up a new and interesting art tray. Some of these are just for fun, others are to help develop fine motor skills. Let's take a look at the last eight art activities we've tried! Salad spinner art - I cut some cardboard in a circle the same diameter as the bottom of our salad spinner. I presented this with some small squeeze paints (ours are from…

Jenna Wanefalea
Montessori, Play, Diy, Pre K, Montessori Toddler, Nature Based Preschool, Nature Based Classroom, Sensory, Preschool Art

There are lots of good reasons to include items from nature in our art trays. Nature items have different textures and smells and provide a different experience to using paper or other stationary items. Using items from nature also: demonstrates resourcefulness - using what is readily available in the environment promotes creativity and out of the box thinking promotes learning about seasons and seasonality - what resources are available and when respects our natural environment leads to…

Pre K, Diy, Montessori, Elementary Art, Preschool Art Lessons, Preschool Art, Art Activities For Kids, Art Project For Kids, Art For Preschoolers

Turn crumpled pieces of paper into colorful artwork in this fun art project for kids. This easy art activity is inspired by the children’s book, Ish, by Peter H. Reynolds! The colorful paper has such a cool texture when finished and can be used for making collages or writing notes! (This post contains affiliate links.) …

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