Thursday, April 28, 2011

Do Something! Process Art

Another week has gone by and the weekend approaches.  Time to grab the kiddos and Do Something! 

This week, Process Art...

Painting with Floor Scrubs: Little Running Teacher

Painting by centrifugal force: irrisistable ideas for play based learning

Straw Painting: Jada Roo Can Do

Fork-Scrape Painting: The Imagination Tree

Rolling Pin Painting: Casa Maria's Creative Learning Zone

Balloon Painting: Jada Roo Can Do

Multi Media Collage: Casa Maria's Creative Learning Zone

There are soooooo many more...but I'll save those for another day.  If you need an idea book, check out this ebook by Childhood 101 creator Christie Burnett:

A few other great books covering the area of play and process art:


  1. There are some fabulous ideas here. I really like Pink & Green Mama's Experimenting with Textures. I'm going to try that one.

  2. What a fantastic list of ideas, I must try that rolling pin painting, it looks awesome.

    Thank you so much for linking to my e-book. I really appreciate the support x

  3. Terrific list - I'm going to have to try the splat painting, and the rolling pin painting.

  4. Great post thanks for leting me know O]I was featured
    ~Jada Roo Can Do~

  5. Great list Rachele! :) You read my mind - this was gonna be my next roundup of ideas :) Maybe I'll save it for later and thanks for linking up some posts that are new to me!


  6. Thanks for sharing my Splat Painting project. I'm excited to try the rolling pin painting soon!

  7. This is fantastic. It feels limitless, like children's play! Thank you for putting this together : D

  8. I awarded you on my blog today:

  9. Oh my! So many different amazing creative things going on here. So much inspiration to have a go (love the balloon and the fork!!)

    Would love for you to stop by at Kids Get Crafty and link up: It goes up every Wednesday! Old posts welcome!

    Hope to see you there!


  10. I'm delighted with your blog and all the fun messy and exploratory art ideas. There's nothing I love more.
    MaryAnn F. Kohl
    art book author



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