These art projects all more focused on the process more than product, sure they end up with a heart or many hearts but the focus is on how the art is made not what is made. One simple step that I do to help my students and kids focus on the process is to avoid showing them a sample. I find that when children see a sample they immediately focus on copying and “getting it right”. There is NO right or wrong with art. If you are a preschool teacher like me you’ve probably felt the pressure to make things to prove you are doing more than “just playing” at school ( which is a topic for another day) while also trying to provide your students with developmentally appropriate activities. Finding that balance is what these heart shaped process art activities are all about.
Watercolor and Hot Glue Hearts
Painting Heart Cookies from The Artful Parent
Cookie Cutter Glue and Glitter Hearts
Paper Roll Heart Stamps from Happy Hooligans