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Dandelion Painting Craft Activity from Little Passports

Spring is right around the corner. My boys and I are already doing spring worthy crafts. That’s why I am sharing with you today a Dandelion Painting Craft Activity from Little Passports. Hope you and your kiddos enjoy it!

Dandelion Painting Craft Activity from Little Passports

Dandelion Painting Craft Activity

By: The Creative Experts at LittlePassports.com

No compensation of any kind was received for this post.

Dandelions are a classic sign that spring has sprung, and every kid loves blowing dandelion bits into the air and making a wish.  But did you know that dandelions are also primitive barometers used to tell the weather? The dandelion opens fully in sunny weather and closes when it rains. Sometimes the seedheads also fly off on their own without any wind, which is said to be a clue that it’s about to start raining.

In case you can’t get outside to pick dandelions of your own, print out this fun dandelion painting activity and celebrate spring with an art project!

Materials:

Printer

White paper (regular printer paper works well, but thicker paper is ideal)

Non-toxic paint

Dandelion template (print it out here!)

Baby wipes or cloth for cleanup

Instructions:

1. Click here to print the template.

2. Assemble your supplies in your crafting area. Gather your template, paints, and your cleanup materials.

3. Using a thumb or fingertip, gently dip a finger into paint and press it onto each dandelion seedhead.

4. Use your imagination to create the rainbow dandelion of your dreams!

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4 Comments

  1. Tamra Phelps

    I didn’t know that about the seedheads flying off without wind meaning to expect rain! That’s interesting.

    Reply
  2. Jodi Hunter

    This looks really cool. My daughter would love it.

    Reply
  3. Karen Jaras

    Sounds like so much fun. I wonder how easy it is to clean off walls and floor days after.

    Reply
  4. larescoe

    This is such a cute craft! My daughters would absolutely love doing it. 🙂 Thank you so much for sharing!

    Reply

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