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Back when I made our first paint stick project for my preschooler (There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly Activity), I knew we were on to something special. Paint stick activities are fun ways for preschoolers to practice story sequencing, fine motor skills, matching, etc. And they’re fun for me to make too (nothing like a crafty project that’s fun for mom and tot!) After that first project I came up with several more paint stick projects that have been just as popular with our readers. Do you have some leftover paint sticks from a painting project in your garage? Or maybe you bought paint sticks in bulk for a crafty idea.  Here’s 10 ways from my blog and around the web to those paint sticks in a preschool setting!
  1. Pom Pom Caterpillar Craft (via No Time for Flashcards)
  2. Word Family Activity (via I can Teach my Child)
  3. Penguin Game Activity (Munchkins and Moms)
  4. Aboriginal Clapping Sticks (via Laughing Kids Learn)
  5. Color Matching Activity (via Sew Sweet Cottage)
  6. Name Recognition Activity (Munchkins and Moms)
  7. There was an Old Lady Activity (Munchkins and Moms)
  8. The Very Hungry Caterpillar Sequencing Activity (via School Time Snippets)
  9. Ten Apples up on Top Activity (via Mom Inspired Life)
  10. Caps for Sale Activity (Munchkins and Moms)
Which activity is your favorite? Have you and your preschooler already done any of these projects? I’d love to see how it turned out! Share a picture to Munchkins and Moms Facebook Page, or tag Munchkins and Moms on Instagram, we love seeing these activities in action!

2 thoughts on “10 Paint Stick Projects for Preschoolers”

  1. Thanks for including our Very Hungry Caterpillar Paint Stick Activity! Funny how many fun things you can do with a paint stick, huh?!

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