Symmetry paintings make great art projects for kids as they’re all unique! Although I’ve called this butterfly art, it really depends on what your painting looks like when it’s done. And the googly eyes really bring them to life!
August is googly eye month on the blog and this Butterfly Art is the second googly eye installment in our Art Projects for Kids series.
What you need
- Thick paper or card
- A variety of tempera or finger paints
- Googly eyes
- A chopstick, teaspoon or small paint brush
How it’s done
Watch the 30 second video below.
How will I remember?
Download this Butterfly Art resource sheet to remind you!
I hope your kids love this art project and wish you happy teaching and learning!
Do you have an art project using googly eyes?
Add your link in the comments so we can find it!