Stormy Day Paper Art

We had so much rain this weekend! It was pretty gloomy out, so we decided to come up with a little paper craft to match.

Materials Needed

  • Black, Blue, and White Construction Paper
  • Glue
  • Scissors

We started by cutting out a cloud like shape from the white paper and rain drops from the blue paper. If your little one is preschool or early elementary school age, you can draw the shapes and let them do the cutting!

Next, we helped our toddler use the glue stick and then let her glue on the cloud and the rain drops. We offered her total freedom to decide where she would place what. We always try to let her creativity shine when we are doing crafts. You could use a glue bottle for this craft as well if you do not want to use a glue stick.

This project took about 15 minutes and is great fine motor skill practice!

13 responses to “Stormy Day Paper Art”

  1. That’s so cute and it’s pretty easy for a toddler and a not-so-crafty mom like me to do. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. Wow, this is so cute. Such a nice art work. Kids will really love doing this activity.

  3. What a fun craft! I always love rain themed crafts since we are in a very wet climate it is fun to do crafts on wet days as well!

  4. This is a terrific idea on a rainy day outside when you have to stay in. And you don’t need much materials either which is budget friendly. Good job!

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