before we did a rainbow project, we made rainbow bags.
we had bags with just the primary colors in them, then put combinations in other bags to make the secondary colors.
we passed them around the circle gently squishing them until the colors are blended!
then we moved them to the light table for some squishy writing/handprinting fun.
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What a great way to learn colors! Would love for you to link up to my Rainbow Linky if you’d like: http://theoutlawmom.com/2013/03/17/kids-rainbow-recipes-crafts-activities/. Thanks for the inspiration!
Did you buy your light table or make it? Very Reggio! : )
My students loved the paint bag writing activities http://www.brennaphillips.com/paint-bag-writing
Love this idea. Great use for old projectors laying around the place too.
P is for purple bag.
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