3 Super FUN and EASY Summer Art Projects for Preschoolers

kids paintingThis summer enjoy making fun and inexpensive summer art projects with your preschooler. Whether you are a parent enjoying vacation time with your child, a camp counselor trying to create age appropriate art projects, or just a teacher wanting easy ways to create art with preschoolers, you will enjoy these fun, easy, and cheap art projects especially designed for early childhood.

Preschool Summer Art Project 1: Snazzy Silly Sunglasses!
You will need construction paper, cellophane (clear or blue), glitter, markers, glue, and scissors. Have extra fun art supplies like sequins stamps or stickers handy for some extra pizazz!

Draw a large pair of sunglasses on a large piece of construction paper. Cut out the holes. Let your preschooler decorate the sunglasses with as much glitter, marker scribbles, sequins, and stickers as he or she wants. When your preschooler is finished, tape or glue the cellophane to make the lenses for the silly sunglasses. Take some fun photos with the sunglasses or hang them in your preschooler's room.

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Preschool Summer Art Project 2: Fishy Bubble Pictures
You will need bottle of bubbles with a wand, thick art paper, food coloring, string, clothespins, and markers.

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Set up a string outside and pin several sheets of paper to the line with the clothespins. Make sure the string is not too tall for your preschooler. Pour some of the bubble solution into a shallow dish and pour a little bit of food coloring in the bubble solution. Take turns blowing bubbles onto the paper.

When the paper dries, let your preschooler use their imagination and some markers to make the circles left by the bubbles into fish. They can draw tails, fins, and scales. Add fun fishy googly eyes for extra art fun.

Preschool Summer Art Project 3: Sand Drawings
Enjoy going to the beach this summer with your preschooler and make some fun sand art. While you can enjoy making drawings in the sand and photographing them, you can also take home some lovely art from the beach.

You will need thick paper, sand, small shells, and glue. Have your preschooler draw a picture with the glue onto the paper. Do not worry if the child pours too much glue. For best results, guide them and make the art project outside.

Once your preschooler has finished adding glue to the paper, help your child pour sand all over the paper. Wait a few minutes, then pick up the paper and watch the amazement of your child as their picture magically appears! Add small shells you find at the beach to your fun art picture and frame your fun summer memories when you go home.

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