Toddler Painting with Indian Corn
It's always fun to explore different painting strategies with toddlers. A few of our favorites include splatter painting, comb painting, and feather painting. It allows toddlers the opportunity to paint, create art, and have a sensory experience all at the same time.
For this painting experience I removed the husks from the corn and put paint onto the paper. A few weeks ago we used comb painting to create fire over at B-InspiredMama, and loved the mix of red and yellow, so we decided to try those colors again.
He spent some of the time dragging the corn through the paint but then he started rolling the cob through the paint.
He also enjoyed feeling the cob and looking at the individual kernels.
His finished art work was very colorful!
We rinsed and dried the cobs to use for another project.
We still have some other projects to share, but we're curious, what ways do you use or decorate with indian corn?