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Baggie Paints
Little ones will observe color and texture changes as they mix colors in zip bags using shaving cream and paint. By: Rebekah Eubanks. read more...

Balls or Balloon Painting
This is a fun activity for the warm summer months. Preschoolers can make large scale art using balls (or balloons) and paint. By: KinderArt. read more...

Blotter Bugs
Preschool students will learn that by mixing two primary colors they make the secondary colors. By: Maryanne Messier. read more...

Color Collage
Little onces will create a color collage using pieces of torn, colorful paper and glue. By: KinderArt. read more...

Finger Paint Trees
Little ones will build motor skills while they learn about the changing seasons. By: Pat Davis. read more...

Coffee Filter Flowers
Preschoolers will make flowers using coffee filters, washable markers and water. By: Janet. read more...

Karo® Painting
Little ones can paint using paints and corn syrup. By: Pamela Newhart and Christi Clock. read more...

Ice Cube Painting
Little ones will experiment with colors as ice cubes are created from colored water. By: Amanda, Lori Barry and Lisa. read more...

Mixing Colors with Eyedroppers
Preschoolers will learn about color mixing by combining water and food coloring. By: Lenora Falciani. read more...

Painting on a Bar of Soap
Teaching the concept of color mixing to your young kinderartists while introducing new sensory experiences. By: Lenora Falciani. read more...

Rainbow Stew
Little ones will mix colors in plastic baggies while singing a color mixing song. By: Gina Evans. read more...

Rainbow Water
Young children will use magic markers and paper to change the color of water. By: Dawn. read more...

Recycling Crayons
Don't throw those old crayons away, recycle them! Find out how, here. By: Beri Bek. read more...

Two Layer Painting
Little ones will learn about warm and cool colors during this painting exercise. By: Elizabeth Kinney. read more...

Tie Dye Decorations
Preshoolers can make "tie dye" decorations using markers and coffee filters. By: Ashley. read more...


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