Blog, Good Day, Sunshine Series

Water Art: “Good Day, Sunshine” Series

This is the 3rd activity for a new blog series, Good Day, Sunshine. These 10 activities, posted on Thursdays, will include fun learning to be enjoyed outdoors. (Although we will also include a few rainy day activities.)

GDSwaterart
Pin Me!

Materials Needed

Easy. A paint brush and a cup of water. You probably have a paint brush already, but if you are looking for a deal, we found ours at The Dollar Tree.

Time to Play!

First.

2017-04-11 15.19.45
Dip your paintbrush in the water.

Second.

2017-04-11-15-20-381-e1492707873692.jpg
Find something your mama will let you paint on and create! This is our front porch. And my son’s sock. 😛

Third.

2017-04-11 15.20.06
Enjoy your creation and share it with someone! This one uses the splatter technique, too.

Here are some ideas for learning activities:

  1. Spelling– Call out a word, and a friend writes it with the water brush.
  2. Math– Give a friend a word problem. He/she solves it by “painting” a water picture.
  3. Storyboard-Create a storyboard, or pictures that tell your own story. Be sure to include a main character, problem, and resolution.
  4. Science– Draw things that you find in your yard.

Follow this blog to get notice of the other Good Day, Sunshine activities as they post on Thursdays.

Find my children’s book, The Bike I Like, at RebeccaCedillo.com!

Automatic FREE SHIPPING on ALL ORDERS in April and May to celebrate all my teachers out there! 15 FREE lesson plans with the purchase of a book! Put both in your cart and use this discount code at checkout: teacher

My next book, Meeting Munchie, is expected to be ready for you November 2017! It is a story of two perspectives about a real squirrel with a huge appetite for our trash. See his character below, illustrated by Alba Pegna.

 

2017-03-19 22.22.08

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s