freezing water colored with food coloring = ice painting supplies! the problem was that i couldn’t find my craft sticks, so i used wooden forks.
it worked fine. and patience (or a little warm water) helped really make the paint flow.
p.s. even though they LOOK like popsicles, they don’t TASTE like popsicles.
8 thoughts on “i is for ice painting”
hello, my name is Ana Raquel and I´m from Portugal.
i am a pree school teacher (3-4 years) and i find your site amazing! So creativity! So good ideas! kids look so confortable!
Keep up the good work!
One of my favorite ideas. I love the wooden forks.
LOL – wooden forks makes it even more interesting!
yes, it did add another layer of conversation!
This looks fantastic, what a great experience for colour mixing too, will try this at kinder.
Jenny and Shiona: this can be an on going project option too…we still have them in the freezer to pull out every now and then. Enjoy!
Love this idea Kristin – it is really hot here so painting with ice is very appealing!