How to Make Sparkly Salt PaintFrom tuilelaith 7 years ago
- Dixie cups shopping list
- Assorted colors of tempera paint shopping list
- Large paint brushes shopping list
- Smocks shopping list
- Heavy duty (manila) painting paper shopping list
- salt shopping list
- Newspapers to protect your surface while painting shopping list
- wooden popsicle sticks or other stirrers shopping list
How to make it
- Cover the painting table with newspaper to protect the surface from spills.
- Set out one cup per color of paint for each preschool student painter.
- Pour table salt into each dixie cup.
- Fill each cup one quarter of the way full of the salt.
- Pour the paint to fill the dixie cup the rest of the way.
- Pour only one color of paint into each cup.
- Use a wooden Popsicle stick to stir each mixture until the salt is totally incorporated into the paint.
- Give each preschool student painter another dixie cup filled with water so that the painter can clean the brush between colors.
- Allow the painters freedom to paint whatever they want, a picture or a design.
- Talk about what their picture is about.
- They should notice that the texture of the paint is a bit rougher than when they paint with regular and not sparkly salt paint.
- Allow the paintings to dry flat on the table.
- After they are completely dry, hang them up in a display in an area where the light hits them.
- The effect will be lovely and the children will be very satisfied with their accomplishments.
- By Lesley Barker
- eHow Contributing Writer
The Cooktuilelaith Columbia, MO
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