Fun with Early Intervention and Help Me Grow

Ice Cube Painting

Here's What You'll Need:

  • large piece of heavy craft paper
  • tape (to secure the paper to your surface)
  • measuring spoons
  • 12-14 Popsicle sticks
  • ice cube tray
  • washable non-toxic kids paints
  • optional - a cheap/old muffin tin to separate your ice paints after they-re frozen


Mix 1 teaspoon washable non-toxic kids paint + 1 teaspoon water in each space in your ice cube tray - using various colors. Place a wooden Popsicle stick in each space in your filled iced cube tray. Place your ice cube tray of paints in the freezer for 2-3 hours/until frozen. Remove ice paints from ice cube tray and place in an old muffin tin. On a warm summer day, cover a tabletop surface/sidewalk with heavy white craft paper - secure with tape. Set your muffin tin full of paints out alongside your heavy duty craft paper and let your little one get creative.