Toddler Abstract Art

Toddler Abstract Art!! -

Here’s a nice activity for your toddler to create some fine abstract art and put it out for display. You’ll need some foam board, and some construction paper. Cut a rectangle out of the foam board about 15 inches by  7 inches. Then cut on one side, not all the way through, down the middle. (as in photo). Flip the board over and then make two cuts halfway from the middle cut to the end of the board. Don’t cut all the way through. This will allow you to make the accordion like structure as in the photo. Then give your toddler some construction paper of different colors and let him/her crumble/fold it up to a small piece of abstract art. Then glue some small black squares of construction paper on each panel for the backgrounds. Then take each abstract art piece and let your toddler glue it on the black square. Set the display on the kitchen table and let the whole family admire it!

 

Supplies Needed-
- foam board
- utility knife to cut the foam board ( be sure that you cut away from your toddler)
- construction paper
- glue

Tips/Suggestions-
- Talk about the different colors of paper that your toddler is folding.
- Talk about what the abstract art looks like…maybe an animal, or a cloud?
- Count the number of panels, or art on the display.

Related posts:

Comments

  1. I’m truly enjoying the design and layout of your site. It’s a very easy on the eyes which makes it much more pleasant for me to come
    here and visit more often. Did you hire out a designer to create your theme?
    Outstanding work!

  2. As the images begin to get larger, the price for all three goes up.
    To print an image lithographically, the flat surface of the stone plate is roughened slightly—etched—and divided into hydrophilic regions that
    accept a film of water, and thereby repel the greasy ink; and hydrophobic
    regions that repel water and accept ink because the surface tension is greater on the greasy image area, which
    remains dry. No specialist skill or equipment is needed to put photos on canvas, since all of the hard work is done for you.

Speak Your Mind

*

Directory powered by Business Directory Plugin