Sunday, June 26, 2016

Salt Glue Word Building (Practical Mondays #19)



Salt Glue painting is therapeutic, strengthens fine motor skills, can be modified into what you’re currently learning (Alphabets, Numbers, Words, Drawings, or simply squiggles) and is a lot of fun! 

Don’t bother saving these art pieces however pretty they turn out, as the sheets tend to shed salt long after they've dried! Don't forget to take some pictures though!

The Practical Mom: Salt Glue Word Building: (1) Write with glue (2) Sprinkle Salt (3) Shake off Excess Salt (4) Transfer paint via pipette



A quick Tutorial

Material Reqd: 
Salt, Glue, Paints, Paper & Pipettes

The Practical Mom: Salt Glue Word Building: (1) Write with glue (2) Sprinkle Salt (3) Shake off Excess Salt (4) Transfer paint via pipette


The Practical Mom: Salt Glue Word Building: (1) Write with glue (2) Sprinkle Salt (3) Shake off Excess Salt (4) Transfer paint via pipette

The Practical Mom: Salt Glue Word Building: (1) Write with glue (2) Sprinkle Salt (3) Shake off Excess Salt (4) Transfer paint via pipette


The Practical Mom: Salt Glue Word Building: (1) Write with glue (2) Sprinkle Salt (3) Shake off Excess Salt (4) Transfer paint via pipette



The Practical Mom: Paint Salt Castle
  

Tutorial on Painting Salt Castles, click here  





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24 comments:

  1. This looks like so much fun! I am going to have to try this with my sons. Thanks for sharing, and for hosting! Hope you have a wonderful week :)

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  2. I've never heard of this - what a great idea!

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  3. Ooh this is interesting and looks fun! I've never seen it before but will give it a go as Baby Lighty gets bigger! Thanks for sharing with #bigpinklink :)

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  4. This would be a fun idea for practicing spelling words, too! Thanks for hosting (and for the great idea!)

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  5. This. Is. So. Cool!!! I love all your ideas!! Thanks for linking! #bigpinklink

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  6. These are so funky! Definitely one my eldest would enjoy but CRAFT and I have fallen out after a major disasterous session this week, involving a naughty 18 month old and flying paintbrushes!
    Thanks for linking up to #coolmumclub

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    1. My goodness! the naughty 18 month old and flying paintbrushes! Sounds like a Harry Potter book:)

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  7. wow, im so doing this once we've moved and have space - so next week haha! bookmarking! #coolmumclub

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  8. That looks like a fab activity to try out. It's not something we have done before, but it's going on our to-do list. Thank you for linking up to the #DreamTeam

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  9. The salt with glue and paint sounds like an activity all kids would enjoy! Thanks so much for sharing at #LMMLinkup!

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  10. it's a good idea! I will show this to my hild, I think he will be excited! I use paper writer for getting some help in school essay writing!

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  11. Thank you for linking up at the "Learn & Play" Thursday link party! You have been featured on Christian Montessori Network blog. :)

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  12. Love this! I featured your post in our Learn & Play Link Up. Join us again next time. Thank yoU! - Jae, The Pinay Homeschooler

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