A Response to Circle Stamping

Teacher Regine Aniban from Little Presidents’ Learning Palace used the circle stamping activity for her pre-toddler class! According to her, the kids really had so much fun stamping the circle! It was a very simple yet also creative and enjoyable activity. She shared some photos with me through facebook and allowed me to share it with you, my dear readers. Enjoy!

Thank you Teacher Regine! 🙂

Materials used….

Kids at work…

Finished Products!


Thank you Teacher Regine for sharing this with us! 🙂 I’m glad you were able to use my activities!

For all other readers out there, if you have a response or activity you’d like to share! Feel free to contact me!


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Circle Stamping

Here’s a really fun… and maybe a little messy art activity for all ages! The older kids can do this, and the younger kids will definitely love this! It’s so easy to do!

What you need:
  • A variety of objects with circle shapes(bottle caps, old chess pieces, toys, marker caps, tissue tubes etc.)
  • At least 3 or more colors of paint (the more the merrier!)
  • Bond paper
  • Apron or smocks

Step 1: Start off by collecting all those round objects! Make sure they vary in size! Also, some circles may be hallow like the bottle caps and others solid like the bottom part of chess pieces. This makes the end product really nice!

Step 2: Prepare the different colors of paint for your little ones. Put the paint on plates or containers which are shallow so they wouldn’t have a hard time getting the paint

Step 3: Dip and Stamp!

Step 4: Show off your work! 🙂

Crayon resist magic

Young children are easily fascinated.. that’s why magic always works with them regardless of how simple it may be! It becomes even more fun for them when they are able to perform that “magic” on their own. Even after they’ve done it, they still couldn’t believe it! It often gives them a feeling of great joy and accomplishment that they were able to do such a mind-boggling task!

Last week we prepared a crayon resist activity for the children. It takes some time to prepare it, but it’s really fun to make! The children’s eyes were filled with amazement after accomplishing the task. One child even came up to me and said, “Wow! Ang galing ko oh! Marunong ako magmagic!” (Wow, I’m so good! I can do magic)

Here are the steps on how to do it:

STEP 1: Get a blank piece of paper

STEP 2: Using a white crayon, draw something for the children. (Here, I drew a sun)

STEP 3: Using any color of paint, paint on the paper

(Before giving this to the kids, it’s always fun to show them that the paper is blank and tell them that they can do magic!)

STEP 4: Watch the children be amazed!

You can also try using different crayon colors. It adds effects to the painting and makes it even more beautiful. (Though of course, you can’t do the magic trick anymore)

Here are more samples of crayon resists arts:

Hope you had fun! Do feel free to comment especially if you have more suggestions to make this activity even better for the kids! 🙂