- Paints (am sure most kinds will work - we used the regular kids paint from Poundland)
- Some sort of groundsheet if you're doing it inside or on grass
As you can see in the pic I drew a standard target on one side and some shapes on the other. I thought this would engage D much better than just a blank sheet of paper, and it did. He loved trying to aim for particular places and choosing which colour to squirt in which shape.
Although supposed to be something fun it also led to colour and shape recognition practice - fun learning is always a bonus!