Get creative using this fun geometric pattern tape art for toddlers, preschool, and kindergarten! This simple and mess-free art project encourages children to be creative, improve their fine motor skills, and learn about the different shapes, colors, and patterns they can make! With only 3 easy steps and a few cheap supplies, you can make this fun art project at home or in the classroom!

Finished geometric tape art for toddlers preschool and kindergarten -
Create this fun and Mess-free art craft for kids!

Easy geometric Tape art project for kids

This simple and easy geometric tape art will allow you the chance to teach your children about shapes, colors, or even patterns! It will also help them to develop their fine motor skills by placing and pulling away the tape. This art project is very quick and easy to set up, but the kids will take their time creating it. The cleanup is really easy too!

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This art project can be modified for different ages by simply including more or less instructions. Make this art project more challenging by encouraging them to try and name their shapes and colors, make a star shape, spell their name, or use 2 different patterns. Another way you could enhance this art activity is to encourage them to be creative and arrange the tape to create a pattern, and color patterns inside the white spaces. For more pattern and shape inspirations, check out this Pinterest board!

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Supplies Needed for Mess-Free Tape Art

Image of mess-free supplies needed to make Geometric Tape Art: A white piece of paper, with masking tape, colored pencils, and a box of crayons.
Supplies you need to make this Geometric Art Project

Steps to make Geometric Tape Art for Toddlers preschool and Kindergarten:

Steps to make mess-free geometric pattern tape art: Step 1, tape paper. Image of white paper with tape creating different shapes. Step 2, color. Image of taped paper with patterns and colors filling the white spaces around the tape. Step 3, remove tape. Image of tape removed leaving behind different shapes and colors.
These are the 3 easy steps to make this fun art project!
  1. Tape paper: Using masking tape, stick strips to the wall, the floor, or the table so that it isn’t too sticky. Then use the tape to create different shapes and patterns.
  2. Color: Using your preferred drawing, coloring, or painting tools color in the white spaces. It is ok to color on top of the tape.
  3. Remove tape: Carefully peel away the tape to reveal the different shapes and patterns.

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What fun designs, patterns, and shapes did you make? Tell us in the comments below!

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