"April showers bring May flowers" is a mantra that I repeat over and over to myself this time of year.
You know on those "days"- dreary and rainy and dreary and rainy.
It helps keep the children sane and promises me of better things to come. Sometimes we just need a sunny outlook to make it through the day, or the week, and even the month! I feel like a downer, but it has been a wild Spring and a little pop of color really can make a difference to our moods.
For a Springtime craft, have your little one use their digits and a little creativity to fashion a bouquet of buds that won't wilt in a day or two. This craft was a lot of fun and each child added their own flair to the flora. Remember to have fun and just create.
I don't know if we have any future O'Keefe's painting in my kitchen today, but there are a few masterpieces worthy of hanging on the Frigidaire.
To stem out and make these posies, you will need:
- paints or stamp pads
- colored pencils or markers
I would add more, but I don't know how many pictures of finger painting you want to view...
What did you create today?