I’m a big fan of process-oriented art for toddlers. This kind of open-ended art really helps young children to develop confidence, creativity, and fine motor skills. As they explore the art materials and what they can do with them, they learn about the world around them as well as their own capabilities. And have fun, too, of course! Because above all else, art is fun.
Here are 11 art activities that are perfect for toddlers (after the jump):
If you follow the links below, they will take you to the corresponding posts on my blog, The Artful Parent, where I’ve written about the art activities shown in the photos.
What are your toddler’s favorite art activities?
And did you know? Sensory art helps toddlers learn!