CHALLENGE 1: One Brush
The painting set only comes with one brush…I have two kids. I usually can scrounge around for an old one, or steal one from my nice art set, but that doesn’t always work.
CHALLENGE 2: Young Kid Struggles
Small kids have small hands. This is a great alternative to a brush as they can have more control.
CHALLENGE 3: Color Mixing
The paint set doesn’t last long. The colors get mix and there is nothing fun about a brown rainbow. Plus if an accidental mix happens, just use a clean swap to wipe it down.
CHALLENGE 4: Ordinary Activity
Now, I never get bored painting. My children rather enjoy it, but why not shake it up a bit. So I came up with this new activity. Although, it’s apparently not that new, when I searched it online there is tons of stuff out there… But, I suppose that’s validation that it is a good idea!
Blank paper or Coloring PAGES
(Check-Out “I Miss You All Day All Week” Coloring pages.)
I used safety swabs here. They have a fat end for quick painting.
(Regular or precision swabs are great for more fine details.)
I used watercolors, but any paint will do!
I have two, because I have two kids. The 5-year old isn’t a fan of sharing water with the 2-year old.
Keeping it Clean
Not shown here….I the girls usually wear an apron, and I keep paper towels and newspaper standing by to avoid further messes.
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