Valentines Day Salt Painting craft activity

Teach all about the different properties of science and art with this super fun and easy activity! This salt painting valentine activity promotes creativity, art, design, fine motor, and more! You will need salt, watercolor paint, and glue. Your kids will love to create adorable designs this Valentine’s Day!.. Check out these cool 30+ Valentine’s day Crafts for kids

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Valentines Day Salt Painting craft activity

Have you ever had your kids try salt painting as a craft. There are a few steps, but they are all worthwhile! This painting deviates from the norm and is not your typical water color work. This enjoyable Valentine’s Day activity is great for kids. Make this lovely, simple Valentine’s Day craft on February 14 to celebrate the holiday!

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In a few easy steps, this salt painting is similar to making your own puffy paint. It’s so entertaining to watch the water colors saturate, which is why my kids love painting with it!

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So, grab the following items and prepare to amaze your preschoolers and kindergarteners in your life!SaltWatercolorsPaintsSchool Glue

How to make Valentines Day Salt Painting craft activity

Start by adding some glue to a bowl and mix it with a little bit of water. Then, paint whatever you’d like on your canvas or paper. Next, sprinkle some salt on each letter or design you created. Finally, add small dots of watercolor paint and watch the paint spread over your design. Mix colors and even design in all sorts of fun and engaging ways! 

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