All of our March classes have been exploring PRINTMAKING.  Our preschoolers have had MANY opportunities to explore this concept through relief prints, stamping, and mono prints.  Check out some of our favorites:


Monotype Printing


A simple printmaking project that you can try is a monotype (you can only use your template once!). 

This monotype is made by removing color to create a subtractive image.  It challenges us to draw the negative space!

Supplies used:
  • Cookie sheet (or other smooth, non-porous surface)
  • Dark-colored paint
  • Paint brushes
  • Brayer
  • Paper
Quick printed landscape made using a monoprint method (see video below)