Painting with Indian corn in preschool

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The two year olds were enjoying this simple fall painting experience…

Paper plates filled with yellow, orange, and green paint were set out…

The children rolled the corn cobs in the paint…

Then they rolled the painted corn on a piece of paper…

The children in this class do a lot of painting. I think this is partly why they are so comfortable getting paint all over their hands…

They took their time to paint, switch colors, roll on more paint, and they even slapped on a few hand prints…

Try this fun Indian Corn bubble wrap painting from Pink and Green Mama!

Thank you to Ms. Jessi for sharing this idea on her Fall Fun post!

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Deborah J Stewart

Deborah J Stewart

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