Printed Fruit Summer time Artwork Mission for Youngsters


Immediately’s candy fruit summer time artwork mission is certain to brighten your day as we create slices of watermelon, oranges, and lemons utilizing a potato masher. Little fingers will hop about as we stamp our favourite fruit slices utilizing vivid fluorescent colours. Your senses will come alive as scent and style are activated and included into the art-making course of. Get your style buds prepared and your artistic juices flowing! This enjoyable and fruity artwork mission is perfect for a Summer theme in preschool and homeschool lecture rooms!

Fruit Prints Watermelon Summer Art Project and Craft for Kids
Need much more watermelon theme concepts? Proceed the enjoyable with a full week of watermelon play and studying with our printable lesson plans for home preschool and preschool.

Printed Fruit Summer time Artwork Mission for Youngsters

Artwork & Meals

Earlier than starting this artwork exercise head to the fridge and collect some fruit to examine and research as inspiration on your paintings. Have an grownup slice a bit of watermelon, minimize an orange in half, and minimize a slice of lemon. What do you see and scent? Can you discover the seeds? Does it style candy or bitter? Infusing meals discovery into art-making provides one other layer of enjoyable and pleasure to the art-making course of.

Printing with a Potato Masher

I really like to make use of acquainted kitchen gadgets in artistic methods to make paintings. Potato mashers are the right software as they’re simple to grip, enjoyable to make use of, and available! They work nicely for an art-at-home mission, or included right into a portray station within the classroom. They can be utilized solely as a course of artwork exercise or mixed with a craft mission. The destructive house within the potato mashers will create the right juicy fruit pulp in in the present day’s artwork exercise.

Watermelon Details for Youngsters

  • Watermelon is a big, oval fruit.
  • Watermelons are principally made up of water.
  • The most typical watermelons are crimson inside, however there are additionally orange, yellow, and white watermelons.
Watermelon Fruit Art Project for Kids

Orange Details for Youngsters

  • Orange is a spherical, citrus fruit.
  • Oranges include a lot of vitamin C.
  • Most oranges are become juice.
Orange Art Project for Kids

Lemon Details for Youngsters

  • Lemon is a fruit.
  • Lemons are very bitter.
  • Lemons are sometimes utilized in cleansing merchandise.
Lemon Art Project for Kids

Fluorescent Artwork Provides

I really like to make use of Crayola Fluorescent Tempera Paint for a lot of artwork actions. The colours are so daring and vibrant! They’re dazzling when mixed with black building paper, however also can work nicely with different colours. Immediately the fluorescent paints are good for our scorching pink watermelon, vivid oranges, and shiny yellow lemons. Another artwork actions that use Crayola Fluorescent Tempera Paints are Flower Artwork Mission utilizing Kitchen Utensils and Foolish Spider Artwork Mission.


  • Development Paper
  • Glue Stick
  • Scissors
  • Crayola Fluorescent Tempera Paint
  • Potato Masher
  • Inexperienced Neon Oil Pastel
  • Crayons

Step by Step Instructions

1. Scribble Time

Use a crayon to scribble on the background paper to create curiosity and motion. My college students like to “get the scribbles out” with this energetic and interesting exercise. Generally it’s okay to scribble!

Creating Background

2. Circle Time

Hint the top of the potato masher onto black paper to make the watermelon.

Hint it onto yellow paper for the lemon and orange paper for the orange.

Making watermelon art project

Vital tip: Hint a further half-inch across the circle to create the rind of the fruit.
Reduce out the big circle.

3. Potato Time

Dip the top of the potato masher into the fluorescent tempera paint and stamp within the middle of every minimize circle. Let the paint dry.

Stamp painting watermelon craft

Reduce every circle in half to create slices of the fruit. Colour the skin fringe of the watermelon slice inexperienced to create the rind. You might select to create a triangle slice of watermelon as nicely. As an alternative of reducing the circle in half, minimize out a triangle form.

Fun summer art project for kids

4. Glue Time

Glue the entire slices of fruit to the background paper.

Potato Masher Fruit Art Project for Kids

Discuss About Artwork

  • Establish the fruits in your paintings.
  • Describe how your paintings would scent and style.
  • What’s your favourite fruit?
Summer Craft for Kids-Printmaking

Please tag @fantasticfunandlearning and @youngschoolartwithmr.g on Instagram. We might like to see your artistic and engaging slices of creativity!!


Be taught extra about Vin right here on his author bio page. Observe together with him on Fb at Young School Art with Mr. Giannetto and on Instagram @youngschoolartwithmr.g for artwork mission concepts.


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Get a Full Week of Watermelon Theme Studying and Play

Save time and get proper to the playful studying with our printable lesson plan units. Every set consists of over 30 playful studying actions associated to the theme, and we’ve offered completely different variations for residence preschool households and classroom lecturers so all actions are geared straight towards your wants.

This watermelon theme pack consists of editable lesson plans and hands-on actions for per week stuffed with math, studying, & science studying actions in regards to the watermelon life cycle and watermelons.

Watch this brief video to see just some examples of the kinds of actions and printables included on this set:

This set consists of energetic hands-on studying concepts and the next printables:

1) Watermelon Seed Counting Recreation
2) Roll and Colour Watermelon Seed Math Recreation
3) Watermelons on the Vine Starting Sound Kind (6 preliminary sounds)
4) Watermelon Phrase Household Constructing Exercise Set (5 phrase households)
5) Watermelon Fractions Matching Exercise
6) Watermelon Life Cycle Printable Chart
7) Ten Body Watermelon Seed Counting Mats
8) Rising a Watermelon Emergent Reader (2 variations)
9) Watermelon Letter Matching Puzzles
10) Watermelon Life Cycle Sequencing Set
11) 0-35 Watermelon Theme Quantity Playing cards

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Our names are Fareedah and Kamilah Amoo. We are seven and five year’s old sisters and live in Ontario, Canada, with our parents and little brother, Awad. We love writing stories, painting on canva, coding, reading books, and enjoying arts and crafts. Our goal is to motivate every child worldwide to read more books.

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