[After two other failed crafty attempts today.]
Henry created this piece of art:
While I was getting supper on the table, I handed him a piece of 12×12 scrapbook paper.
Color of his choice: Green.
Poured some washable paint in a container. And gave him his green paintbrush.
[A couple of months ago, Henry and I bought this basting brush together, I told him it would be for him to paint with. He has been so excited to use it, and talked about it for a long time. I completely forgot about it until today. His excitement returned!]
I set out a couple of vehicles for Henry to drive through the paint.
[note: I only set out a couple, notice the amount Henry added himself.]
The poor backhoe had more than a day’s work.
Henry [or Big Grandpa, according to Henry] was digging trenches in the paint.
[Notice where the paper ends.]
I kind of like the art that was made on the vehicles.
It was entertaining and messy.
I got supper on the table.
Henry created this piece of art. I think it will go in the frame.
This piece of art was also made on the play table.
[Thank you Crayola for washable paints.]
All the vehicles ended up in the bath tonight.
[Lots of posts have given me the idea to have little boys use their vehicles with paint and make tracks. Most recently, I saw it at cows go moo and ducks go quack.]
Henry is 3 years old.
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