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No way! Edible paint: homemade finger paint, perfect for babies and toddlers, even if they do put it in their mouths! #art #toddlers

from The Natural Homeschool

10 Toddler-Approved Sensory Play Edible Recipes

edible finger paint recipe

from Kids Craft Room

Edible Finger Paint

Finger paint isn't just for babies and toddlers! Here's an easy homemade sensory and edible finger paint recipe that kids of all ages will adore exploring.

from The Imagination Tree

Homemade Edible Finger Paint Recipe

Homemade Edible Finger Paint ~ totally edible and completely non-toxic, and the best part is it was so easy to make ~ you have ywo kids...what could they love more?... and you have a husband, the kids have a bed-time, I'm sure you two could come up with a "fun" way to use-up the ", no answer, that falls under..."TMI"

from Powerful Mothering

Homemade Finger Paint Recipe with Fine Motor Activity

(TASTE SAFE) Homemade Finger Paint Recipe with Fine Motor Activity from


Pudding Finger Paint

Pudding Finger Paint is a fun and safe way for children to make a colorful (and tasty) painting.

from FSPDT

Baby's First Finger Paint

DIY- baby's first finger paints, totally safe for your little one's to taste! |Frogsandsnailsandpuppydogtails

from SheKnows

Entertain your toddler's growing brain with these smart activities

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ART Activity: "Bubble Wrap Paint and Explore!" Great sensory/texture activity! Can be done indoors or outdoors, just cover and stick bubble wrap over table and pour some paint... Children might need encouragement running their fingers over the bubble wrap at first, but soon they will love the new experience! For a more process-oriented activity provide different objects for children to explore the paint with, such as soft sponges, scrubbing sponges, plastic flowers, toy cars, etc.