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Painting with Golf Balls

ages 3-6


Supplies

Box, old golf ball, construction paper or other kinds of paper good for painting, poster or tempera paint

Activity Detail

Take an old shoe box or shirt box and put a piece of construction paper in it. Then take some poster paint and dab it on the paper in the box. Next place a golf ball in the box and have your child tilt the box all around so the ball smears the paint to create a picture. It's lots of fun! Black paper with white paint makes cool images as well as color.

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Amy said:

We haven't tried this at home, but my daughter has done it at school with marbles and enjoyed it. The resulting art was really cool!

- Posted on Jun 2, 2007



annabell said:

We've done this and kids like to see their artwork!

- Posted on Jul 23, 2007



ashleyoneill said:

This activity can also be done with different types of balls to make different types of patterns.

- Posted on Mar 7, 2008



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