How to Sponge Paint Without Making a Mess

Do you love to spongepaint in the classroom, but hate the mess? This teacher tip will be helpful to preschool  and kindergarten teachers as well as home school families.

Once upon a time I taught preschool. 

And we sponge painted a lot. I love sponge painting. 

But those little fingers get all kinds of messy when making their masterpieces. 

That's why I think this idea is oh-so-clever! I also love the paint on the paper plate. It gives them room to swirl it around, but there's a nice little lip to keep it from going too far.

Do you love to spongepaint in the classroom, but hate the mess? This teacher tip will be helpful to preschool  and kindergarten teachers as well as home school families.
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