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Pine Bough Painting

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Art Projects for kids

Pine Bough Painting

Materials

Pine boughs

White paint

Glitter

Black or dark construction paper

During the winter, use pine needle boughs to paint with like a brush.  Mix white paint with glitter. Paint on black paper.

For younger ones, use salt water instead of paint and glitter. The salt water will dry as crystals on the paper.

From Toddling on the Wild Side

 

Age

1-6

 Multiple Intelligences

Spatial (drawing, mapping)

Bodily-Kinesthetic

Gross motor or kinesthetic development (moving, running, moving your body, jumping)

Small motor or tactual development (blocks, puzzles, sensory)

Naturalist

(understanding of the physical world, nature)

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