The kids' favorite activity by far was our version of Udder Painting. It was lots of squishy, messy fun.
Here's what you need to try udder painting:
You need one latex glove for each paint color you would like to use. Carefully prick a hole at the bottom of the fingertips of your glove. I used 4 fingers and left the thumb to help tie the glove together. In order to paint the children had to "milk the cow" - squeezing the paint out of the udders (glove).
We ended up with huge puddles of paint that took days to dry but it was definitely a fun and memorable experience for my preschoolers.
We also enjoyed lots of fun farm themed books over the course of our Farm Week.
Have fun udder painting!
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