Finger painting is a fun activity for kids. This simple project is easy to do and creates impressive symmetrical designs. What you need: construction paper and washable kid's fingerpaint.
First fold a piece of paper in half. Open it up again. Squeeze various colors of finger paint in different sizes somewhere near the crease of the paper. Fold the paper and have your kids press down on the paper with their hands. They can rub across the paper to spread the paint. Then open the paper to see the symmetrical designs. No matter how my 3-year-old squeeze the paints, the finished work all looks like butterfly. How do you think?