Color mixing seems like such a simple idea, primary colors make secondary colors, red and yellow make orange (and so forth), but the question is how do I get my kids to remember this kinda stuff to enhance their creativity as little artists? Well, I’m pretty sure you can say the word “squish” to any child and they are instantly interested. So with a few supplies I found a way for the kids to mix paint without a mess while exploring color.
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4. Let kids squish the paint around and watch the colors mix together. The paint feels really cool to squish around and watching the colors change is like magic.
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