This easy fall craft will have kids amazed at how the oil marbling changes the design of every single leaf! Water and oil-marbled fall leaf is perfectly fun way to incorporate STEM into your lesson by talking about how science and art are often intertwined.
Leaves craft, Pumpkin crafts and Fall Tree crafts are the flavor of the season. If you are a teacher or parent of a toddler, preschooler or kindergartner looking for easy and fun art and craft ideas you have landed on the right page! This Silhouette Fall Leaf Fingerprint Art for preschoolers is just the perfect art project for fall.
This Water and Oil Marbled Fall Leaf Process Art for kids i.e. toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarteners is just the perfect art project for fall.
Free Fall Leaves Template is something you would definitely love to check out! Teachers grab your lesson planners and fill up each day with 25+ of the best fall crafts for your preschool and kindergarten-age kids!
Little kids will have so much fun dipping the leaves in and out of the solution and watching it change, much like the magic of the fall season itself. *cozies up happily in autumnal blanket to watch leaves fall and eat pumpkin everything* (did that get a little too personal? Oh, well.)
Check out my TPT Store for more fun fall resources. These fall leaves crafts can be easily executed using these free fall leaves template.
Pick 3 or 5 different-sized leaves and use a sharpie to trace around each one on your piece of paper (adults or older kids will definitely need to help with this step. In fact, I suggest having this part done before the craft has begun if you’re doing this in a classroom setting). Cut each one out as close to the lines as possible. Next, put baby oil in each space of a painter's palette. Add a few drops of paint into each pool of baby oil and use a pipette to stir and then suck the liquid up. Fill your pan about halfway with water and then pipe in all of the different baby oil/paint color combinations into the water. Dip each of your leaf cut-outs into the liquid mixture and set them outside to dry. Notice that no two leaves will come out exactly the same! This is such a fun, unique project perfect for STEM lessons!
This fall art is would make a great small group and early finisher activities. They would also be the perfect opportunity to bring in some older kids and have them help with the small groups by making sure supplies are ready and used properly.