Track Painting

Track Painting by Crayon Box Chronicles

Vrooooooooom! Honk! Beep! Let’s explore our tactile sensory today and paint with vehicles! Ready, set, go …

Materials Needed:

  • Plastic toy trucks
  • Paint, non-toxic tempura
  • Paint trays
  • Paper

What’s Next:

  1. First, decide the size of butcher paper you want to use. This can be messy, but, that’s the best part right? If you’re going big, dress for a mess, including their feet! This is a great outdoor craft.
  2. Pour paint into trays.  We used Dollar Tree baking pans ― they’re inexpensive and reusable!
  3. Next, lay out your butcher paper on the ground or table for smaller projects. We chose medium-sized paper for indoors and long butcher paper for outdoors!
  4. Finally, dip, roll and paint! The long paper is so much fun! C zoomed his vehicles up and down the paper, including himself! Use different sized vehicles!  The varying track sizes are really neat, especially for the kids.

Track Painting by Crayon Box Chronicles

C had so much fun! I think all his trucks made a dip in the paint! Lots to clean-up! For more fun ways to paint, see {Kid Crafts} Painting.

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