Golf ball and Marble Paintings

When I taught the two’s I was terrified of having marbles in the classroom so instead we used Golf balls.
Golf ball Painting

Materials Needed:

Golf Ball
Box to hold paper
paper
paint (tempera works best)
bowl for paint and spoons (optional)

Directions:
1. Place the paper for painting inside a box
2. Here is where you have some options you can either
A. have paint set out in containers with a golfball in each color and a spoon for lifting and setting the golf ball into the box or
B. Squirt some paint directly onto the paper and place the golf ball into the box 3. Let the child sway the box side to side to move the ball through the paint

Marble Painting:

Materials Needed:

Marbles
Box to hold paper
paper
paint (tempera works best)
bowl for paint and spoons (optional)

Directions:
1. Place the paper for painting inside a box
2. Here is where you have some options you can either
A. have paint set out in containers with a marble in each color and a spoon for lifting and setting the marble into the box or
B. Squirt some paint directly onto the paper and place the marble(s) into the box
3. Let the child sway the box side to side to move the marble(s) through the paint

Comments

  1. Marbles, golf balls, magnets…there’s so much you can do with paint! I love the sparkly paint in the beginning too! Thanks for sharing at Teach Me Tuesday!!

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