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  • Akane @ Juggling With Kids

    This is a fun activity for the kids as they watch the colored water travel through the salt. #painting

  • Brassy Apple

    Juggling With Kids: Salt Painting #activity #craft

  • Tabitha de Luna

    Salt Painting - make a picture with glue on construction paper and pour salt over the glue. Drip colored water on top and watch how the salt absorbs the color

  • Sherene Post

    Juggling With Kids: Salt Painting Morisot. Cycle 2 Fine Arts.

  • Marilyn Howard

    Juggling With Kids: Salt Painting. Materials: construction paper/cardstock, paintbrush, colored water (1 tablespoon of water with 6-7 drops of food coloring), salt, glue bottle, little bowls for the colored water, cup of clear water to rinse paint brush between colors. Draw picture with glue. Sprinkle with salt. Dip paint brush in a colored water & lightly touch the salt with the brush.

  • Rebekah Abbey

    This looks neat - another great kids craft idea

  • Javier Aguilar

    20 Summer Fun Kid Activites - Made To Be A Momma

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