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plastic arts for children

Hello again, here we go with another great and complete post about plastic arts for children that we hope you like.

Do you know that children enjoy in quantities with sheets of paper, colored pencils, plasticine or any material that allows them to express themselves through the plastic arts? Without a doubt, if you live with young children, you will have noticed how much they enjoy this type of plastic activities, for which you must provide them with materials to exploit their creativity.

Plastic arts ideas for children to do at home

Well, beyond painting, the good use of plastic arts for children is very necessary because it promotes the development of certain skills: it develops sensitivity and creative capacity, it is an excellent means of expression and it develops self-esteem.

That is why today I bring you a series of plastic arts techniques that you can share with the smallest of the house and spend many hours of fun together. The most important thing is that the materials you will need are not expensive at all and the techniques are very nice.

Watercolor

We will explain how to apply watercolors.

You will need to:

Sheets of paper or cardboard, brushes, sponges, toothbrushes (not used for personal hygiene); rolls, forks, cotton, combs, any object where you think you can apply your watercolors; water… and watercolours, of course.

How is it done?
Create your paint mixtures with water and place them on paper with the help of sponges and other materials to give texture to your works.

Another tip is to add a little flour to some of these color mixtures to give the watercolors a thicker texture and thus give your creations an extra effect.

Try shaping it with combs, forks, sponges… even your fingers!

Monocups with foam

You will need to:
A piece of nylon fabric (an old sock will work just fine), liquid soap or shampoo, water, and ink.

How is it done?
Cover the surface you are going to work on (it can be a piece of wood), with the nylon cloth.

Go creating foam with the soap on this surface.

On this foam, drip ink and let them mix.

You can do free mix tests or you can create drawings with this ink foam.

Once you have the composition how you want it, place a sheet of paper gently on top of it.

prepared! You will have a copy of your work ready to frame.

String instruments

You will need to:
Pieces of rope (if they can be obtained in different thicknesses and textures, the better), sheets of paper, acrylic paint.

How is it done?
Fold a sheet in half, put in the middle three threads dipped in paint in different colors. Press with the other half of the sheet, open the sheet and remove the threads.

You’ll have a more interesting piece if you allow the strings to “settle” freely, without giving it much thought.

Faded

You will need to:
Chinese paper, sheets of paper, some bleach, cotton.

How is it done?
Cut a piece of brightly colored tissue paper to the approximate size of your sheet.

Paste the Chinese paper on this sheet and start painting with a cotton swab soaked in bleach.

Cracked, a great idea of ​​plastic arts for children

You will need to:
India ink, sheets of paper, straws (preferably ones you’ve already used for drinking, but clean).

How is it done?
Spread a layer of light colored ink on your sheet, before it dries and using a straw, exhale a contrasting colored ink and direct it to create shapes on this sheet.

Stained glass

You will need to:
Chinese paper cut into squares or shapes you like in different colors, white glue, a little water, a thick brush, acetate sheet.

How is it done?
Mix equal parts of water and glue to create a more liquid glue, with this mixture cover the acetate sheet.

Place the pieces of Chinese paper on that layer, avoid leaving exposed parts. (If you feel the first layer of glue dry, you can brush over the release paper to finish sticking.)

After completely covering the acetate sheet, let them dry and peel off the formed sheet with the acetate and gum paper sheet.

Salt dough

This technique is especially beautiful because it allows us to experience the statue.

You will need to:
2 cups of flour, 1 cup of salt, water, oil.

How is it done?
Mix the flour and salt with water until you get a uniform dough that allows you to model it by hand. Add a splash of oil.

If you want a different colored batter, use acrylic watercolor paint. If you don’t want to paint them from scratch, you can make it a “natural” paint and paint it after your work has dried. Once you have finished your sculpture, let it air dry.

Texture

Necesitaras:
Cáscaras de huevo limpias, secas y trituradas, hojas de papel, cola blanca, pintura acrílica, pinceles.

¿Cómo se hace?
Haz un cuadro (preferiblemente grande), aplica pegamento en la parte del cuadro donde quieras dar textura y antes de que se seque coloca las cáscaras. Deja secar y una vez seco pinta del color que prefieras.

Hay muchas ideas, el chiste es que le damos a los niños la oportunidad de experimentar con diferentes materiales y texturas para que los niños puedan crear su propio estilo y divertirse.

Si quieres conocer más ideas geniales para trabajar con tus niños te invitamos a visitar el artículo de dibujos para imprimir y colorear.

Hello again, here we go with another great and complete post about plastic arts for children that we hope you like.

Do you know that children enjoy in quantities with sheets of paper, colored pencils, plasticine or any material that allows them to express themselves through the plastic arts? Without a doubt, if you live with young children, you will have noticed how much they enjoy this type of plastic activities, for which you must provide them with materials to exploit their creativity.

Plastic arts ideas for children to do at home

Well, beyond painting, the good use of plastic arts for children is very necessary because it promotes the development of certain skills: it develops sensitivity and creative capacity, it is an excellent means of expression and it develops self-esteem.

That is why today I bring you a series of plastic arts techniques that you can share with the smallest of the house and spend many hours of fun together. The most important thing is that the materials you will need are not expensive at all and the techniques are very nice.

Watercolor

We will explain how to apply watercolors.

You will need to:

Sheets of paper or cardboard, brushes, sponges, toothbrushes (not used for personal hygiene); rolls, forks, cotton, combs, any object where you think you can apply your watercolors; water… and watercolours, of course.

How is it done?
Create your paint mixtures with water and place them on paper with the help of sponges and other materials to give texture to your works.

Another tip is to add a little flour to some of these color mixtures to give the watercolors a thicker texture and thus give your creations an extra effect.

Try shaping it with combs, forks, sponges… even your fingers!

Monocups with foam

You will need to:
A piece of nylon fabric (an old sock will work just fine), liquid soap or shampoo, water, and ink.

How is it done?
Cover the surface you are going to work on (it can be a piece of wood), with the nylon cloth.

Go creating foam with the soap on this surface.

On this foam, drip ink and let them mix.

You can do free mix tests or you can create drawings with this ink foam.

Once you have the composition how you want it, place a sheet of paper gently on top of it.

prepared! You will have a copy of your work ready to frame.

String instruments

You will need to:
Pieces of rope (if they can be obtained in different thicknesses and textures, the better), sheets of paper, acrylic paint.

How is it done?
Fold a sheet in half, put in the middle three threads dipped in paint in different colors. Press with the other half of the sheet, open the sheet and remove the threads.

You’ll have a more interesting piece if you allow the strings to “settle” freely, without giving it much thought.

Faded

You will need to:
Chinese paper, sheets of paper, some bleach, cotton.

How is it done?
Cut a piece of brightly colored tissue paper to the approximate size of your sheet.

Paste the Chinese paper on this sheet and start painting with a cotton swab soaked in bleach.

Cracked, a great idea of ​​plastic arts for children

You will need to:
India ink, sheets of paper, straws (preferably ones you’ve already used for drinking, but clean).

How is it done?
Spread a layer of light colored ink on your sheet, before it dries and using a straw, exhale a contrasting colored ink and direct it to create shapes on this sheet.

Stained glass

You will need to:
Chinese paper cut into squares or shapes you like in different colors, white glue, a little water, a thick brush, acetate sheet.

How is it done?
Mix equal parts of water and glue to create a more liquid glue, with this mixture cover the acetate sheet.

Place the pieces of Chinese paper on that layer, avoid leaving exposed parts. (If you feel the first layer of glue dry, you can brush over the release paper to finish sticking.)

After completely covering the acetate sheet, let them dry and peel off the formed sheet with the acetate and gum paper sheet.

Salt dough

This technique is especially beautiful because it allows us to experience the statue.

You will need to:
2 cups of flour, 1 cup of salt, water, oil.

How is it done?
Mix the flour and salt with water until you get a uniform dough that allows you to model it by hand. Add a splash of oil.

If you want a different colored batter, use acrylic watercolor paint. If you don’t want to paint them from scratch, you can make it a “natural” paint and paint it after your work has dried. Once you have finished your sculpture, let it air dry.

Texture

You will need to:
Clean, dry and crushed egg shells, sheets of paper, white glue, acrylic paint, brushes.

How is it done?
Make a box (preferably large), apply glue to the part of the box where you want to give texture and before it dries, place the shells. Let dry and once dry paint the color you prefer.

There are many ideas, the joke is that we give children the opportunity to experiment with different materials and textures so that children can create their own style and have fun.

If you want to know more great ideas to work with your children, we invite you to visit the article of drawings to print and color.

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