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Cling Film Squish Painting

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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If you like the idea of messy play but can't quite bring yourself to deal with the mess, then this is the perfect sensory activity without having to clean paint covered hands at the end.



Cling film, plastic wrap, painting, preschool, messy play
Modern Art of Kid's Art?


Time: 10 minutes
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy

Materials
Piece of cardboard, an old cereal packet is ideal.
Paint
Cling film

Method
Squirt small bits of paint onto the cardboard using as many colours as you would like.



Cling film, plastic wrap, painting, preschool, messy play


Lay a piece of cling film over the top. I wrapped it around the sides too to stop the paint oozing out the sides.



Cling film, plastic wrap, painting, preschool, messy play


Now the fun part, squish the paint through the cling film.



Cling film, plastic wrap, painting, preschool, messy play



Cling film, plastic wrap, painting, preschool, messy play


My son was kept looking at his fingers and was surprised they weren't covered in paint. He dabbed gently with one finger and then really got into it with both hands.

Once finished, peel off the cling film and leave your unique modern art piece to dry.

Categories
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#Cheap
#Painting
#Sensory
#Messy Play
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