No-touch painting is perfect with toddlers who don’t like to touch paint. This is a fun sensory activity because even though their hands aren’t actually touching the paint, they can still feel the paint underneath the waxed paper. They can slide their hands around, moving the paint, mixing the colors. And when they lift the waxed paper to see what they created, they want to do another one. Even our toddlers than love the feel of paint directly on their hands enjoyed this activity.
What you will need:
We placed our paint in squeeze bottles, but it’s optional. We purchased some, but also reused old paint bottles.
Squeeze at least 2 colors on a sheet of paper.
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