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Watercolour washi tape resist art

With this simple project, the students learn how to create their secondary colours by using the primary colours. For preschool up to Grade 2.  You will need liquid tempera paint, white cardboard, and black wax crayons or felts. I drew some examples of eyes and mouths for the younger students. They can be inspired by my examples or just glue them on.  Bring some sunshine into your classroom!

Art Project for Preschool up to Grade 2: Ray of Sun Shine - Art Lesson Plan

With this simple project, the students learn how to create their secondary colours by using the primary colours. For preschool up to Grade 2. You will need liquid tempera paint, white cardboard, and black wax crayons or felts. I drew some examples of eyes and mouths for the younger students. They can be inspired by my examples or just glue them on. Bring some sunshine into your classroom!

This could easily be done with old book pages and any kind of silhouette. Great step by step instructions.

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This could easily be done with old book pages and any kind of silhouette. Great step by step instructions.

Glue and watercolor paint process art explorations :: STEAM lesson plans :: art provocations

Salt, glue and watercolor paint process art activity

Glue and watercolor paint process art explorations :: STEAM lesson plans :: art provocations

What a fantastic and simple art project for kids. These pendants would make wonderful DIY gifts for kids to make for Mother's Day too!!!

Sharpie Tinfoil Pendant

What a fantastic and simple art project for kids. These pendants would make wonderful DIY gifts for kids to make for Mother's Day too!!!

Spider Web Art Project for Children with Watercolor Resist *Beautiful project for kids

Spider Web Art Project: A Simple (and Beautiful) Watercolor Activity for Kids

I did this art project with my 5 year old/Kindergarten class.  It’s really simple, but the kids enjoy it because they get to be a little messy. In the photos below, I used my almost 3 year ol…

I did this art project with my 5 year old/Kindergarten class. It’s really simple, but the kids enjoy it because they get to be a little messy. In the photos below, I used my almost 3 year ol…

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