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Cotton Ball Painting

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This Cotton Ball Painting is a do it yourself activity designed for children with sensory processing disorder to do. It is easy to set up and children enjoy it. Cotton Ball Throw Painting is a good gross motor art activity for them. This activity combines all kinds of sensory between the softness of the cotton balls and squishiness of them once they get dipped in paint and the large flinging motion the children get to experience when they throw them and the sound of them hitting the paper.It also has elements of fine motor (pinching) and gross motor (throwing), making it a good game for preschoolers or older children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Technical Specifications: 

Step One: Gather materials.

  • Large sheets of paper.
  • tape (this activity uses clear packing tape)
  • cotton balls
  • paint
  • paper plates or pie plates

Step Two: Tape pieces of white paper onto the user’s playhouse. Taping the paper onto a fence would work well.

Step Three: Mix paint with water (about equal parts of each) in tin pie plates. Be sure to use washable tempera paint because unless the children have great aim, the fence is likely to get some paint on it. A rainfall should get rid of any paint residue.

Step Four: The children dip a cotton ball in the paint and throw the cotton ball at the paper.

Step One: Gather materials.

large sheets of paper

tape (this activity uses clear packing tape)

cotton balls

paint

paper plates or pie plates

Step Two: Tape pieces of white paper onto the user’s playhouse. Taping the paper onto a fence would work well.

Step Three: Mix paint with water (about equal parts of each) in tin pie plates. Be sure to use washable tempera paint because unless the children have great aim, the fence is likely to get some paint on it. A rainfall should get rid of any paint residue.

Step Four: The children dip a cotton ball in the paint and throw the cotton ball at the paper.

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05/20/2019
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