Art & Craft,Process Art,Seasonal,Sensory Activities,Winter FREE Printable Arctic Animal Silhouette watercolor painting for winter

FREE Printable Arctic Animal Silhouette watercolor painting for winter

Watercolor painting is a fun and creative activity that can be enjoyed by children of all ages, including preschoolers. Here are some tips for introducing watercolor painting to preschoolers:

Start with simple subjects: Preschoolers may have difficulty with complex subjects, so it’s best to start with simple shapes and subjects such as circles, squares, and triangles.

Looking for more such fun winter crafts for preschoolers and kindergarteners?? Check out these Easy 30+ Winter Crafts for kids.

Use large brushes: Preschoolers may have difficulty with small brushes, so it’s best to use large brushes with thick handles that are easy for little hands to hold.

Check this colorful watercolor painting art for your classroom:

Use plenty of water: Watercolor paints are thin and transparent, so it’s important to use plenty of water to dilute the paint and make it easier to work with.

Encourage experimentation: Encourage preschoolers to experiment with different brushstrokes and techniques, such as wet-on-wet and dry-brush.

I have some fun Arctic Animals activities which you would love!

Keep it fun: Remember that the most important thing is to have fun and be creative, so don’t worry too much about perfection. I hope these tips help you introduce watercolor painting to your preschoolers!

Also another form of watercolor Art project for preschool and Kindergarten is Silhouette Portrait of kids! Wondering how to create silhouette of your students, do check out this to understand! 

Check out the  Silhouette Portrait blog here!

I made this fun winter watercolor painting with Arctic animal silhouette with free printable . You can grab a free printable template with arctic animals( Arctic fox, Polar Bear and Penguin). This watercolor painting technique is a little different from the conventional, it’s super easy and fun! Let’s check how did I made this Polar Bear Silhouette watercolor painting for preschool and kindergarten kids. 

Supplies Needed:

  • plastic sheet (ziplock)
  • Blue and Black Acrylic paint
  • Free printable (Link Below)
  • water
  • spray bottle
  • flat brush
  • cardstock paper
  • cotton
  • glue
  • scissors

Check out this Video to check out the stepwise instructions:

How to make winter watercolor art with Free Printable:

  • Take any plastic or cling wrap or foil or ziplock or wax paper. All these work well!
  • spray water generously on the plastic sheet using a spray bottle
  • squeeze a drop of blue paint on water 
  • using a flat brush smudge the paint all over the plastic
  • spray more water if needed to give it more flowy texture
  • take a cardstock paper and press it over the blue watery print
  • dab it evenly from all sides to imprint the paint over it
  • pull it up and you can sprinkle salt for more added textures
  • let it dry overnight
  • use my free printable arctic animal template and cut it out
  • choose the animal you want to use
  • now you can either trace it on a black construction paper or paint it black or use my silhouette format
  • I painted them black and put them to dry
  • take the dried up cardstock paper
  • using glue dab cotton over the bottom of the page to look like snow
  • stick the dried Polar bear silhouette in the center of the sheet
  • your winter Polar Bear Silhouette watercolor painting  is ready to display! 

Grab this Arctic Animals Free Printable Template to create this beautiful winter water color polar bear silhouette art:

Download it from TPT Store or My Shop

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