Inside: Recycle cookie tins to make this easy toddler Christmas art. Lots of big movement happens as the shapes are stamped onto large sheets of paper. Process art fun!
While I know there are so many fun crafts out there to try this time of year, I am still mindful of the process when I plan toddler Christmas art.
And so, when my co-teacher had her husband create stamps out of cookie tins, I was thrilled. Ah, fine motor!
How to Make Toddler Christmas Art Using Cookie Tins
What you will need for this Toddler Christmas Art Activity:
Setting it up:
Pour paint into a container that is large enough for the cookie tin stamper.
We used a cookie sheet.
Place the paper on a table.
You are now ready to have fun with this Christmas art activity!
Easy for toddlers:
The block that is used as a handle makes it easy for those small hands to hold.
They simply lift the tin from the paint tray and press it onto the paper.
This uses the entire arm and shoulder, a great exercise for fine motor control.