Monday, October 3, 2011

Bike Painting Revisited

Some activities are simply worth repeating.  

It became the largest art display in Beansprouts history!

The next day, the kids had a marvelous time washing the bikes and drying/polishing them up.  Could an activity with bubbles ever not be fun?


  1. Super fun and two play projects in one :) Thanks for sharing on It's Playtime.

  2. This sounds like a blast!!! I just so happen to have two HUGE rolls of butcher paper that ended up being the wrong size for our easel and I can't return them. =( Now, I can put that butcher paper to good use. I bet washing the bikes was GREAT fun!! I am going to share this on my Facebook Page, The Golden Gleam. Thank you for linking up to The Outdoor Play Party!

  3. I found your blog through the Outdoor Play Party and just wanted to tell you that I love this activity! It reminds me of our chunkin pumpkin painting from this past fall. We'll have to do this, for sure! And I love that they got to have fun washing up later. Fantastic idea. I've pinned! By the way, sorry if you get this 11 billion times. I've had the worst time commenting on your blog!


Thank you for the comments! Always appreciated : )

We'll just skip circle time today.

This morning, I thought the kids and I would go outside a little extra early, enjoy the nice cool weather, do the art project I had planned ...