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DIY Home Sensory Activity: Sponge Printing

Updated: Aug 24, 2021

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Prep time: 2 minutes

Difficulty: Easy Peasy

Estimated Cost: 20 AED

Mess level:

Age: 2 plus


What you need

  • Sponges

  • Paint

  • Paper

  • Scissors

Instructions


Either keep the shapes of the sponges as they are or cut shapes out of them.

Dip them in paint, or water colors, and print onto paper.


Top Tip:


  • Add a peg to the sponge so little ones can grab and stamp easier

  • Tie an elastic band around the middle of

Benefits:


  • Self-expression with paint

  • Eye and hand coordination

  • Fine motor development

  • Experimenting and exploring with a new paint tool

  • Sense of achievement and pride

  • Colour recognition

  • Sensory experience of exploring paint and paint filled sponges.

Ideas of what to print:

  • Cut out different shapes

  • Make a garden with flowers and leaves

  • Make a rainbow

  • Create different patterns and prints

Note:

I have a large selection of stamps you can buy on Mumz and Munchkinz if you dont have time to DIY

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