Friday, April 25, 2014

Preschool Art

Brush on primary colored paint

Put hands on paper, then rub hands together!
Put hands on paper a second time
Viola! A secondary color!
My daughter chose to make green with blue and yellow.
A story about mixing primary colors
Our snack - rainbow swirl cake! YUM!
At the weekly preschool group meet-up, the kids explored how mixing colors makes new colors. Each child chose two primary colors, pressed their paint-covered hands on paper, then rubbed their hands together. You should have seen their surprised faces! They decorated their papers with handprints, then we all ate delicious rainbow swirl cake.

For other posts about art, check out:
Art Lesson - Tulips
Artist Study - Who is Hundertwasser?
Why Drawing is Still Worth Learning

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