Paper Plate Birds: You’ll need paper plates or cardboard circles, cardstock for the beak, colored construction paper that’s thinly cut, googly eyes, craft feathers, paint, and glue. Folding the paper plate in half, let the kids paint their bird whichever colors they want. Once the paint is dry glue on the beak, feathers, and eyes. Next, glue on a few of the thin strips of construction paper for the tail.
Create A Color Wheel: Now is the perfect time to teach your little one colors. Get a large piece of paper to paint the basic colors of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. Once the paint is dry, let your little one match up the colors with various toys and things around the house.
Sensory Paint Play: Get some bubble wrap, finger paint, glass gems, large pony beads, and other smaller items. Put them in a box or Tupperware dish and let your little one have fun squishing around the paint, popping the bubbles, and playing with the items.