One project can be fun for kids of all ages!
Looking to entertain your preschoolers/toddlers at the same time as your older kids? This collaborative project will be fun for both!
- Collect some empty cardboard boxes and break them down to flat pieces. (Don’t have any boxes? Is there such a thing? You can use a roll of butcher paper like this one instead.)
- You’ll also need a marker. (We used a sharpie and then our hand model had outlined hands for the next couple of days, so maybe use a washable marker, k?)
- Then you’ll need a muffin tin (stick with disposable for easiest cleanup) or an ice cube tray,
- some washable paints and paintbrushes.
They can also make any simple picture that can be colored in easily – crayons, a house, some flowers, random shapes – as long as it’s more of an outline than a detailed picture, it works!
They can also get creative with the shape of the box. A long box like the one in the picture here would be great for a city skyline or a garden. A giant box could even hold the outline of a toddler! (Are morahs still doing that in preschool these days? I think my 10-year-old would still enjoy that! Might need to get the giant butcher paper roll for her and a couple of friends…)
Get some good old fashioned creativity going and all the kids will have a great time hanging out together!
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