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It’s a great feeling of accomplishment to be able to alter your world with color, even if in the beginning you can’t get the fine detail of using brushes to control the paint. That is what makes paint the perfect medium.
Painting is also a great sensory experience. These funky brushes will bring textural and visual stimulation as the colors cover the paper right before your eyes!
Teach the child about primary colors, red, blue, and yellow. Explain to the child that when you mix two colors together you get a new color. Practice combining by making purple, green and orange with your little one.
Put the paper on the floor and see what shape a falling blob makes. Splat! What does it look like? Have your child create a painting around what they think the shape looks like.
Tape a large piece of paper on the wall or an easel so that your little artist can make a mural with friends (don’t forget the drop-cloth). This promotes teamwork and collaboration as they share the colors and brushes, and also by taking turns to make their marks.
Introduce your child to other ways of painting, such as regular brushes, sponges, and spreaders. Show him/her how to use each tool to make a painting utilizing all different types of colors and textures.
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