Autumn leaves, a wide palette of warm colors and hues, and lots of inspiration with these fall painting ideas your kids and you will love.
Just like the rich color palette, there are plenty of painting ideas you must try. Not only because of the beautiful projects and DIY activities but also because of the early age development they can offer.
Most of the fall painting ideas will help your little creator to learn more about the shapes, and colors. They can observe the different marks the leaves make as they flutter and tap the paper.
Moreover, it will help them better understand primary and secondary colors, and how to mix them.
Not least, during painting activities, your kids will stand and move while creating their pieces of art. And of course, they will develop their motor skills.
So do not waste any time and run to the nearest park where you can collect different types of autumn leaves needed for these fantastic fall painting projects.
Do not forget to stock painting tool essentials:
- Paintbrush and paints
- Paint Cups
- Spray Bottles
- Paint Trim Roller
- Squeeze Bottles
- Acrylic Box Frame
As a toddler mom, I will give you some tips to use when you do not forget ready-to-use painting tools.
You can count on your kitchen drawers’ content, nature, and not least recycle bin.
Oh, and if you love having a glass of wine after your kids go to bed, then you definitely have a few wine bottle corks!
Here is a list of items that can replace paintbrushes, and painting tools:
- cotton balls
- pom poms
- pipe cleaners and brushes
- wine cork
- veggie stamps
- small spatula and kitchen brush
- pot scrubbers
- bubble wrap
- coffee filters
- roll-on deodorant bottles
- paper rolls
- flowers and small tree branches
Do not forget to visit our Pinterest board dedicated to crafts and kids’ game activities.
Fall Painting Ideas Your Kids will Love
Painting is a funny and important activity that helps your kids express their imagination, and feelings, and not least develop their minds and skills.
Enjoy some of these fall painting ideas below and share your pieces of art later with us! Below you can get some tips on how to make them a little bit more textured, colorful, and creative:
- Add salt for an interesting texture
- Give trendy paint pouring a try
- Mix black glue with watercolors
- Cool off with ice paint
- Dot fall trees with cotton buds
- Mix up a batch of puffy paint
- Explore the art of symmetry