Familiarize yourself with the specific standards for infants. Print out a copy so you can refer to it later.
Use it in organizing your activities. Include many different hands-on art projects.
Send out a notification to parents listing the items you need for the classes. Request any unusual supplies you might need.
Check with the National Gallery of Art's NGA Materials Finder teacher packets of activities and images. Select materials that are appropriate for the styles of art that are on your syllabus.
Hold one part of the brush while the infant controls the brushstrokes.
Allow the infant to be in control of the movement of the paintbrush. Dip the paintbrush in the water at regular intervals to make sure the brush stays dry.
Allow up to 4 hours for the paper to dry, and then hang it up or frame it.