The kids asked if we could play with stamps one afternoon. So, I pulled out our bin of stamps and a few extra things plus our ink pads and we made some stampy art!
Stamp Art For Kids
We used clothes pins to stamp little pieces of sponges to make squares and rectangle shapes. This was a great way to combine fine motor strengthening into our creative project.
We used some slices of pool noodle to make some pretty circle art. We liked seeing the texture of the pool noodle pressed onto the paper.
We used foam letters to stamp letters on paper. Little Guy thought this was hilarious!
And we used our regular stamps on coffee filters. Then we dipped a paint brush into water and brushed the stamps with water. It was pretty neat to watch the stamp shape spread on the coffee filter.
This was such an easy and simple way to play and create art!