01 Jun 2022Mont Marte
Easy Kids Less than 1hr

Small chalk paint project for little artists

For an easy project on a weekend that’ll make learning fun, try out this small chalk paint project.

For an easy project on a weekend that’ll make learning fun, try out this small chalk paint project. Not only does this project teach the little ones how to make their own chalkboards, it also teaches them literary and numeracy skills, an important skill for little learners. Watch as they create, learn and have fun making something that can be used time and time again!

Hand holding a graphite pencil and drawing shapes to create a chalkboard design.

Use a pencil to draw a design onto your board before picking up the paints! Think circles, hearts, triangles, rectangles or squares, whichever your heart desires. This will become your chalkboard so be sure to draw the shape large enough for it to become a chalkboard later on in the project.

Hand painting a chalkboard with chalk paint and a roller.

Grab your chalk paint and begin painting your design with smooth, even brush strokes. It’s best to opt for a foam roller for this project so you get a smooth, even finish that won’t cause any trouble to your paint brushes. Make sure your paint covers your whole design then leave it to dry.

A chalkboard painted with squares for a numeracy activity.

A chalkboard with painted lines for a literacy activity.

You can turn your chalkboard project into a fun literacy or numeracy activity with some acrylic paint. Add some lines using a white acrylic paint for writing activities or shapes for numbered activities. Then leave this paint to dry.

A young girl drawing on a chalk board with lines.

Once the chalk paint has dried, your chalkboard project is ready to use! Have fun drawing with numeracy, or literary activities.

A young boy cleaning a chalkboard with a cloth.

Once you’ve finished with this small chalk paint project, you can wipe your chalkboard clean with a cloth before storing it away. Rinse the foam roller with water to remove any left-over chalk paint.

You can find everything you need for this small chalk paint project and more under our kids range. Or check out more of our fun projects for little creators.

Show us how you go making your own chalkboard project and #montmarteart or tag us @montmarteart on Instagram or Facebook, we’d love to see what you create.

Material List

  • Chalkboard Paint Signature 250ml (8.45oz) - Black
  • Sidewalk Chalk and Games

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