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Squidgy Rainbow Bags

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These squidgy rainbow bags are a no mess 'messy play' activity, perfect for Under 5's on a rainy day.



Zip lock bags and paint, rainy day craft idea, toddler craft no mess, preschooler craft no mess, squishy paint bags


Time: 15 minutes
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy

Materials
Clear zip lock bags
Sticky tape
Paint



Zip lock bags and paint, rainy day craft idea, toddler craft no mess, preschooler craft no mess, squishy paint bags


Method
Squeeze different colours of paint into a zip lock bag.



Zip lock bags and paint, rainy day craft idea, toddler craft no mess, preschooler craft no mess, squishy paint bags


Zip the bag closed, releasing any excess air.
Tape the sides of the bag to a table.
Kids can now squish the bags and mix the colours. Hands stay nice and clean!



Zip lock bags and paint, rainy day craft idea, toddler craft no mess, preschooler craft no mess, squishy paint bags


Preschoolers can practise making letter shapes or other designs.



Zip lock bags and paint, rainy day craft idea, toddler craft no mess, preschooler craft no mess, squishy paint bags
Try using a finger to create letter shapes




Zip lock bags and paint, rainy day craft idea, toddler craft no mess, preschooler craft no mess, squishy paint bags
Pretty colours


Categories
#Messy play
#Paint
#Under 5s
#Easy
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