Happy Halloween and a warm welcome to Artsy Play Wednesday on Capri + 3. Please stop by each week to see arts crafts and play posts from creative blogs so that you can be inspired to try new things with the children in your lives. I will get things started with an art activity that our babies did last week and then please add links to your posts. The babies worked on hand print spiders in their occupational therapy. I thought they looked more like bats because of the antennae, so they transformed into bats when we added the faces later.
Hand print Bats:
You will need:
Black tempera paint
Pink pom pom
Red felt cut into shape of mouth
Help your child place the hand prints onto the paper, one at a time to form the shape of a bat. After the bat is dry, your child can glue the eyes, nose and mouth onto the bat.
The finished bat
Capri loved the tickling of the black paint as her OT painted her hand
while Grayson loved the way the paint looked on his fingers.
Ryder was impressed by his hand print bat
while Xayden just loved the whole process.
Now it is your turn. Please add as many links as you like to your arts, crafts and play posts. They can be new or old as they will be new to new readers. It would be great if you would add the Artsy Play Wednesday button (or a text link) to your linked posts so that your readers can come over and join in the fun. Feel free to pin any of the posts you enjoy or you can always pin Artsy Play Wednesday so that you will have access to all of the great ideas at once when you have more time. Feel free to comment. I enjoy reading each one. It is time to inspire and be inspired. Enjoy.