Fine motor and goes with the book Mouse Paint Free Mouse Paint Printables - Money Saving Mom®

Free Mouse Paint Printables

Non Messy Mouse Paint Activity! I used a mixture of shaving cream and glue to help thicken it, paper plates, red, yellow & blue paint, and ziploc baggies. We used the ziploc bags to make it non messy! The kiddos loved it! While they were mixing the colors, they also made shapes and wrote their names! :)

Non Messy Mouse Paint Activity! I used a mixture of shaving cream and glue to help thicken it, paper plates, red, yellow & blue paint, and ziploc baggies. We used the ziploc bags to make it non messy! The kiddos loved it! While they were mixing the colors, they also made shapes and wrote their names! :)

After hearing the story Mouse Paint, by Ellen Stoll Walsh, children will mix primary colors to make secondary colors with this fun science activity...

After hearing the story Mouse Paint, by Ellen Stoll Walsh, children will mix primary colors to make secondary colors with this fun science activity...

Mouse Paint: Water Balloon Painting. A fun, hands on color mixing activity to go along with the book Mouse Paint. Your Pre-K, Preschool, or Kindergarten kids will LOVE painting their mice!  - Pre-K Pages

Mouse Paint: Water Balloon Painting

Mouse Paint: Water Balloon Painting. A fun, hands on color mixing activity to go along with the book Mouse Paint. Your Pre-K, Preschool, or Kindergarten kids will LOVE painting their mice! - Pre-K Pages

felt board (use a box) - Mouse Paint by Ellen Stoll Walsh. a really great way to retell story (and storage too)

Mouse Paint

felt board (use a box) - Mouse Paint by Ellen Stoll Walsh. a really great way to retell story (and storage too)

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