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Home Made Play - Easy Clean Puffy Paint

Have you seen all the beautiful creativeness kids have been enjoying with Puffy Paint recently? Us Too!  

At the Anti-Screen Revolution we love homemade play!

Its a super-easy way to keep the kids entertained. Nothing is easier to make than Puffy Paint and, as an added bonus, it can be used on many different items not just paper! 

Check out these Puffy Paint Sea Shells 

Kids of all ages will enjoy this exciting and inventive new way to paint using everyday household items. 

It takes less than 5 minutes to put together and smashes it as a

Sensory Development Activity! 

Creativity is intelligence having fun!  

And this is heaps of messy fun – but don't panic, the best thing about this Puffy Paint?

Its super easy to clean 

All you need is a wet cloth and voila! Mess be gone

Thank God, all this homemade play is great but the homemade mess not so much!

That’s why when looking at all the recommended activities this one had to make the list.  

 

 

 

 

We hope you enjoy the Puffy paint activity and it helps you to continue to offer your little learners new and exciting activities to try at home. 
Have you got another homemade painting method you’d love us to feature?
Let us know by sharing your ideas with us #antiscreenrevolution  

 

 

 

 

Amber Gravenell
Creative and Educational Content Creator
After graduating with a 2.1 English degree, Amber pursued a career in primary education. A fully qualified Primary School Teacher, Amber has 6 years teaching experience as well as private tutoring experience. Amber is Jaques of London’s Creative and Educational Content Creator as well as managing our social media platforms. Amber uses her educational knowledge to unleash the developmental benefits our toys and games can have for your kids.
Kate Luke
Creative Content Editor
After graduating with a 2.1 Music degree, Kate pursued a career in the Music Industry, becoming a professional West End vocalist and a fully qualified Music Teacher, School Choir Leader and Songwriter. As one of Jaques of London’s Creative Editors, her specialism surrounds building confidence and expression through music & play—drawing upon her qualifications in Music Psychology & Child Development. As well as this, she is an accomplished blog writer and published journalist who enjoys promoting the importance of Montessori learning for all ages.