Sensory fun Bubble Wrap Finger Painting

Do you want to try a sensory activity that is fun and also helps with hand-eye coordination?

Well, look no further than sensory bubble wrap finger painting! This activity is perfect for both toddlers and preschoolers.

All you need is some water or paint, paper or canvas, and a few pieces of bubble wrap. Let’s get started!

Sensory Fun Bubble Wrap Finger Painting

Finger Painting is a sensory experience that stimulates multiple senses. It involves creating patterns using colored water or paint on paper or canvas.

This art form requires children to focus their attention on the task at hand. The more colors they see, the better they become at interpreting them.

Children enjoy this activity because it allows them to explore different textures, shapes, and colors. They will develop fine motor skills by manipulating the materials needed to complete the project.

What You Need:

– water 

– finger paint

– paper or canvas

– bubble wrap

– entire table


Step One: Pour some water or paint onto your paper or canvas.

Step Two: Place the bubble wrap on top of the paint. Make sure that the bubbles are facing up!

Step Three: Use your fingers to press down on the bubble wrap. This will create patterns in the paint.

Step Four: Lift the bubble wrap off of the paper or canvas. You will see that your fingerprint patterns have been left behind!

It’s a perfect way to spend a rainy day or just to try something new. Give it a try, its lots of fun!

Materials Baby Bubble Wrap Art

– baby bubble wrap

– lots of paint 

– sensory bins or trays

– paper or canvas

– paint brushes

Painting with Bubble Wrap Tips

– Use sensory paint or watercolors for your sensory bin or tray. This can be found at most craft stores.

– You can also use regular paint, but it may be more difficult for your child to control the amount of paint on their brush.

– If you are using sensory bins or trays, make sure that they are shallow enough for your child to reach the bottom.

– Try to avoid using too much paint on the bubble wrap. This will make it more difficult for your child to press down and create patterns.

– Be sure to supervise your child while they are painting with bubble wrap. This activity can get messy!

What to do with my bubble wrap prints?

– You can use your bubble wrap prints to create a sensory wall.

– Hang them up in your child’s room or play area.

– Use them as wrapping paper for gifts!

– Get creative and come up with your own ideas!

Bubble Wrap Art Projects

Other bubble wrap art ideas are:

– sensory bags

– pillows

– coasters

– plant pots

– vases

– frames

– banners

– cards

 If you’re looking for a fun sensory activity that also provides a great outlet for creative expression, give bubble wrap finger painting a try! It’s perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, and even older kids. All you need is some water or paint, paper or canvas, and bubble wrap.

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