Turn a rainy day into a new adventure with rain painting! Add paint to paper and then hold it under the rain. Kids can see the impressions of the raindrops, and watch the pain be transformed into a fun new art project!
We added the paint to paper plates, because I wanted something sturdier than paper for my active little guys.
You can stand under a ledge and just hold the paint covered paper… or you can get more adventurous (my kids’ choice!) and run through the rain, holding your project.
They saw the impressions left by the drops, they tipped their heads back and drank the rain, they slipped in the wet grass…they had a wonderful time!
This post is part of the 100 Days of Play Blog Hop!
New ideas shared each day from 4/1 – 7/20.