Newspaper Art: Simple Process Art Activity
Process art is when the goal of the activity is not a final result, but instead the movement in which you are creating the art. For young children, this can be a time to experiment with different objects and materials without the pressure of it being perfect. Today's activity is a simple way to paint, perfect for toddlers and young kids. I am calling it, "Newspaper Art". Check out my post below for the materials and directions for this simple, yet fun activity!
All you need for this activity is craft paint, an old newspaper, thick paper, and paper plates. These supplies cost me zero dollars as I had everything around the house!
Pour paint onto paper plates. Be sure to use 1 color per plate.
Rip the newspaper page in half and crumple it into a ball. Repeat to have the same number of balls as you do paint.
Dip newspaper in paint and dab onto paper.
Continue exploring with different colors until you have made your masterpiece!
It is really so simple. Just 4 steps and zero cost. Our kids loved this activity and ended up creating several newspaper art pieces. Have you tried process art before? What objects have you used to create a work of art? I would love to hear about it in the comments!
💕💕sending love & momma to momma support,