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Painting with Golf Balls

ages 3-6


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.



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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