Liquid Watercolor™ Spray Paint

watercolorspray This is a good activity to do in the grass, or you can just spread a lot of newspapers in an open area.

Goals:

  • To teaching primary and secondary color recognition
  • To explore creativity and messy fun

Before You Start: Adults put Liquid Watercolor™ into spray bottles. Use watercolor paper for the most substantial and best blended results, but also try it with Liquid Watercolor™ Texas Snowflake coffee filters or tissue paper. (Note: these will fall apart if too soaked).

Let's Get Started! Step 1. Use a theme, such as nature (leaves, flowers, etc.) and have the children cut out their own shapes.

Step 2. Have children spray the paper to see what effects can be created.

Furthermore: This is an excellent introduction to how primary colors can be blended together to create secondary colors.

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