This Easter art project for kids focuses on the process rather than the end result. Using sponges, children will create beautiful Easter eggs.
Completing art projects can be a wonderful way for kids to learn and process information. Process art focuses on the process of creating rather than the end result. I prefer to do more process-oriented art projects with my kids because I think the ‘education’ comes in the hands-on aspect of the project, despite what the result looks like.
An Easter Art Project for Kids: Focus on the Process
This sponge stamped process art Easter art project works on fine motor skills, and helps children with color identification and color mixing! Bonus, despite how the project goes, the end result will be colorful and cute, and is sure to make your little one feel proud and confident 🙂
Coloring Easter eggs is one of our favorite Easter activities with kids. These sponge stamped eggs serve as a great base, and kids can decorate them just as they would when dyeing eggs!
What you need:
What to do:
Trace the shape of an egg onto a sponge. Do this for each color egg you’ll want to stamp.
Cut out the egg shape from the sponges.
Use the sponge scraps to cut out shapes like a circle, triangle, zig zag line etc.
Dip the egg shaped sponges into paint and press them onto the canvas. Allow the paint to dry completely before decorating each egg.
Use the sponge shapes to add detail to each egg. Dip them into the paint and have some fun!
Cut some thin pointed lines from the sponges and add some grass blades at the bottom if you’d like.
Have so much fun creating this Easter art project for kids, and celebrate Spring!