Exploring color theory with baking soda and vinegar eruptions - simple science for kids!
Create and name your own colors while exploring color mixing with paints! Inspired by Herve Tullet's new book, Mix It Up! (FREE Printable)~ BuggyandBuddy.com
Age Group: Preschool-1st grade Foundations: APL2.1: Demonstrate development of flexible thinking during play SC1.2: Demonstrate awareness of the physical properties of objects
Exploring black and white paint on black and white water colour paper. An inspiration from the book "The Language of Art" by Ann Pelo.
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Wonders in Kindergarten: Our colour mixing journey: "We have skin colour!" Exploring skin shades, tones, and tints by mixing colours that reflect the individuals of our classroom community!
Colour Theory - Exploring colour mixing with Magnets! www.acraftyliving.com
Shades of yellow sensory bin. I love this idea of exploring color with different objects
Explore colour theory with this simple experiment that involves no mess - bringing the classic childrens storybook Little Blue and Little Yellow by Leo Lionni to life whilst learning at the same time.
Have fun exploring colour mixing and shapes with Herve Tullet's Mix It Up and Press Here.