Tummy Time Painting
Updated: Mar 25, 2020
Help Make Tummy Time More Enjoyable For Your Pint-Sized Picasso!
Many of my friends have expressed to me how their little ones dislike #TummyTime and that it usually ends in tears (sometimes for both the infant and parent). Tummy Time Painting is a creative and exciting way to engage your moody Monet. This #SensoryActivity is also great for independent sitters and toddlers!
Also, Mother’s Day & Father’s Day are right around the corner! This No-Mess Tummy Time Painting (emphasis on the No-Mess) would be the perfect gift to give!
What You Will Need:
*I've linked the Amazon items we used for you below!
2. Canvas or Crayola Paint Paper
3. Gallon Ziploc Bag
*Optional: Scrapbook Sticker Letters to write a special message.
Step 1: Randomly squeeze quarter-sized dollops of paint on the white canvas or paint paper.
Step 2: Next, gently slide canvas into a gallon ziploc bag.
Step 3: Zip your bag closed, so paint is not to leak.
Step 4: Let your little artist smudge the colorful paints with their fingers, elbows, feet and even their face! (At one point, Noah gave his painting a big kiss!)
Step 5: Remove from Ziploc bag using scissors. Cut along the seams of the bag.
Step 6: Lay flat to dry.
*If you opted to utilize Scrapbook Sticker Letters, carefully peel and remove them at this time.
All-in, after my Michaels coupon, the supplies cost $15. However, a handmade gift is priceless!
If you decide to try this Sensory Activity, I'd love to hear about your experience! Please leave a comment below or tag me, @slayathomemama, in your post on Instagram.