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Painting with water

 
Toddlers and preschoolers love painting with water! A fun and simple outdoor water play activity that’s quick, easy and cheap to set up at home. It provides hours of imaginative play and helps your toddler or preschooler to build their creativity.
Toddlers and preschoolers love painting with water!

A fun and simple outdoor water play activity that’s quick, easy and cheap to set up at home.
 

Painting with water


Water painting provides hours of imaginative play and helps your toddler or preschooler to build their creativity.

They seem to find something amazing and magical about painting with water; using their artistic skills, then watching as their artwork slowly dries, evaporates and completely disappears!
 

All you need to do is fill small pots, saucepans, large buckets or containers with cold water, give them a paint brush or two or a paint roller and let them paint away!


Your toddler or preschooler will have fun painting with water on all types of surfaces, drawing shapes or writing their name.

Whether it's on paper or card, the footpath, the fence or even the deck. In fact, anywhere where water isn’t going to cause too much damage.
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