Sensory paint sleeve

Michelle Thackray
Sensory paint sleeve

I placed paint in a plastic sleeve to work on mixing colours (red and yellow) to make orange. Of course a variety of coloured paint can be used for this activity. This is an easy, no mess and cheap activity to make up with home/school resources. Many skills were targeted in this such as practicing fine motor skills of pointing, poking, spreading the paint and imitation of using an object (stick) to draw. Using a stick or crayon is great to work on tripod grasp. We worked on shape identification too! This is such a fun, engaging, sensory activity that my kiddies thoroughly enjoyed.

To add extra elements to this, place glitter or laminated images to work on vocabulary development and communication skills.

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Sensory paint sleeve
June 9, 2023
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