Eggs are such a fun theme for spring and especially the Easter season! Kids love to dye eggs, color eggs, hide eggs, and today I am excited to share with you an egg-themed activity that your students are going to love. This Sponge Painting Easter Art Activity is an easy and creative way to bring some Easter egg fun into your classroom this spring!
*Pair with our Easter Centers and Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten!
Sponge Painting Easter Art Activity
Your students will adore this sponge painting project and will love seeing all of the egg-cellent art masterpieces! You can set this up in your art center or do this activity with your students in small groups.
When you’re finished, you could even place your unique creations on mini easels and host a classroom art walk!
Let’s get started with our simple supplies!
How to Make the Easter Egg Art
To begin this Easter art activity, trace the shape of an egg onto a sponge. Do this for each color egg you’ll want to stamp so the colors don’t mix.
Cut out the egg shape from the sponges.
Use the sponge scraps to cut out additional shapes like a circle, triangle, or zig-zag lines.
Dip the egg-shaped sponges into paint and press them onto the canvas.
Allow the paint to dry completely before decorating each egg.
Use the sponge shapes to add fun details to each egg!
Have an egg-cellent and egg-xtra special Easter season with your students with this simple and beautiful Easter Sponge Painting Art Activity!
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