For many centers fund raising is a means to getting much needed equipment or special supplies. A Children’s Art Auction is a fancy affair where parents gather and have a silent auction. One hundred percent of the proceeds can go to the center if there are no other charitable entities involved.
Each classroom creates a masterpiece to be auctioned off. Many of the items are up cycled from thrift stores, other pieces are photography projects, some are Pinterest finds.
The tiny foot prints of our smallest children made this hungry caterpillar.
Our second baby room decorated this foot stool with their fingertips.
We ❤️ NY! Our third 4 year old class made this.
This masterpiece was done by one of or toddler classrooms. Masking tape was put randomly on the canvas. Each child painted a space, when the tape was removed it revealed this color blocked piece.
Here each toddler water colored on die cut circles of coffee filters.
A three year old class painted long stripps of paper, and then learned about weaving.
This is from another three year old class and uses colored sand.
Footprint penguins from our three year old class called Penguins.
I’m not sure how the toddler class named Ducklings made this but it’s done in relief. Very cute!
If you’re looking for more children’s art auction ideas check out the masterpieces from last year here.