Earth Day Craft - Painting with Paper Rolls!
Celebrate Earth Day with your kiddos by creating these super cute flower stamps featured by Jessi over at Getting Messy with Ms. Jessi! An incredibly simple craft to put together and sure to please your preschoolers this Spring!
Painting with Paper Rolls
Create your paper roll 'stamps' ahead of time by gathering as many paper rolls as you will need for your class and cutting one end of each roll into strips about 1" long. Then create different petals by creating different shapes with your strips - skinny and straight, triangular, round. Really, it's completely up to you!
Get the stamping party started by giving each student a white piece of construction paper. Put a small amount of paint into several different bowls (depending on how many colors you want) and place a paper roll stamper or two in each bowl. Allow your kiddos to stamp several flowers onto their page. Once the flower petals dry, allow them to go back with a paint brush and green paint to add in stems and leaves.
Wouldn't this make a beautiful - and really colorful - Earth Day display for your class bulletin board?! We love the creativity of using such a simple everyday household item to create a work of art. Be sure to swing by Getting Messy with Ms. Jessi to check out her additional crafty ideas!