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Ready for one of our favorite simple play ideas? If you have a little one that loves both cars and coloring, then Drawing with Cars is sure to be a hit. This simple kids activity is low mess and oh to fun. I originally saw this idea on First Pallet, and I knew my kids would love it.
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- Toy Cars ~ any type works, but we chose to use small matchbox size cars
- Washable Markers ~ Any marker will work, but we really like the pip-squeaks from Crayola.
- Masking tape ~ a few readers they mentioned they were having trouble with the tape sticking to the cars. They suggested using duct tape, although we have never had a problem with masking tape.
- Large paper roll or cardboard box
We taped markers onto the bumper of the kids cars, making sure the marker tip was even with the wheels. That’s it. The cars are all lined up and ready for a test drive.
If you are up for a little messier car themed activity, then check out how the kids painted with their cars. I love the giant paint covered ramp that they created. It is defiantly a little messy, but our little car lovers had a blast! Now on to a simple, mess free car activity!
Toy Car Drawing Easy
We chose a to use a large roll of paper, and taped it to our floor. However, a large cardboard box would work great as well. We found a large drawing surface works best. That way the kids can drive the cars all over and not worry about going off the paper.
The kids had so much fun exploring line drawing in a whole new way. They started by just driving the cars around the paper, but soon moved into creating circles and silly tracks. This activity is all about exploring and the process of creating.
It was a blast zooming cars all over the paper creating beautiful tracks.
We will be revisiting this activity again soon. Like I said before, we are all about simple play activities.
Have you tried drawing with cars before?
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Take some of those small toy cars around the house and use them to draw! Tape a marker to the front or back and then let your little one push the car around on some paper to make a drawing. You can even make one for yourself and have races! Or draw a road on the map for your toddler and then see if he can push the car along the road and draw a line down the middle!
– small toy cars
– Talk about the color of the car and the colors of the markers
– See if the car can draw a circle, or square or just a line.