Low-Hanging Wall Art


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These watercolor art cards are perfect for teachers, parents, and caregivers looking to engage babies and young children in an artistic and educational way. The vibrant colors and realistic designs will captivate little ones and provide endless opportunities for learning and play.
Print out these unique cards and watch as your child’s imagination and creativity soar while they explore the world of nature. These cards are a versatile tool that can be used in a variety of ways to enhance early childhood development. With these beautifully designed cards, you can create a sensory-rich environment that will engage young minds and promote sensory exploration.

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The Montessori method suggests that babies are especially attracted to black and white pictures which soothe them and promote the development of eye focus.
There are 4 x black and white, 3 x black, white and red, and 3 x yellow, red and blue color pictures.

An artist created 10 gorgeous, realistic cards inspired by nature using watercolor paints. In this collection you will find ten cards in three different sizes featuring baby’s face, chick, dandelion, puppy, tree, baby elephant, earth, hummingbird, and butterfly.

These cards should be placed 6 to 8 inches away from the baby’s eyes.

Teachers and parents can use these printable cards in the classroom for various activities, such as:

Visual stimulation: Use the black and white cards to stimulate the infants’ visual development. Place the cards in the infant area for them to look at and focus on.

Sensory exploration: Allow students to touch and feel the texture of the watercolor art cards, providing a sensory experience for young children.

Matching games: Print two sets of the cards and use them for matching games with older students. This can help develop memory skills and visual discrimination.

Nature exploration: Use the cards as a starting point for discussions on nature and the environment. Encourage students to identify the animals and plants depicted on the cards.

Art appreciation: Discuss the artwork with students and encourage them to create their own nature-inspired watercolor paintings.

Storytelling: Use the cards as prompts for storytelling activities. Ask students to create stories based on the images on the cards.

Language development: Use the cards to introduce vocabulary words related to nature, animals, and colors. Encourage students to describe the images on the cards using descriptive language.


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