Get messy as you explore coloring mixing with your hands!
First, choose two primary colors of washable paint (red and yellow, red and blue, or blue and yellow). Identify the colors and paint each of your child’s hands a color. Then, on cardstock paper, press a handprint in the top corner of the page to show both primary colors. Squirt some paint into the center of the paper and use your hands to mix the two colors together to make a new color. Identify the new color and allow time for the painting to dry. Continue with two new primary color combinations if desired.
- Visual Arts- Expresses through 2D and 3D visual art. Develops artistic techniques.
- Gross Motor- Builds strength, coordination, and balance of large muscles.
- Communication (Expressive Language)- Uses verbal and nonverbal communication to express ideas with increasingly complex words and sentences. Engages in back-and-forth communication.