Breathe new life into art. Kids blow through a straw to create colorful paint images while they experiment with color, energy, and motion. This project is designed for children who can blow OUT of the straw. Close adult supervision is required.
This project is designed for children who can blow OUT of the straw. Close adult supervision is required. Cover your work area with recycled newspaper. With a plastic spoon, place small dots of Crayola® Washable Kid's Paint on white paper. If paint is thick, add water.
Hold a straw to your lips and gently blow OUT onto the paint. Watch the air from the straw move the paint. Caution: Only blow OUT. Blowing too long or hard could make you dizzy. Dry.
Experiment with different colors, amounts of paint, and placing the straw closer or farther away from the paper. Mix colors to create new shades and tints.
Breathe new life into art. Kids blow through a straw to create colorful paint images while they experiment with color, e
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