Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Toddler Finger and Leaf Painting

Juliette finger painting

While watching Emily work on a project Juliette was so excited to join in.  She kept pointing to the paint and then herself.  How could I resist!!  I taped down a piece of waxed paper on the try to her booster seat.  Then I put a glob of Fingerpaint and let her explore it.  She poked it and then spread it all over.  Just look at that adorable little purple hand.  Next, I added a few leaves.  She finger painted them too. 

This was a great sensory experience for her, but I think she was most excited that she was able to be just like her big sister :0)

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Susana said...

This is so sweet, and brave:-)! I haven't let Jesse paint yet, maybe I should! Juliette is precious with those little fingers!!

Anne said...

T is always itching to get into whatever B is working on, too. I'm afraid he's still at the stage where he eats everything though, so the only thing he gets to fingerpaint with is food!

Corsage@A Dollop Of Me said...

Hi there! My daughter is 13 months old and I recently let her try fingerpainting too! We also used Crayola Fingerpaints. They're great! Juliette's so sweet and neat though - my Bubbles was happily eating the paint!

Jennifer said...

Too cute! My girls really aren't into the finger painting much! Bummer!

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