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In this activity on page 11 of the PDF, learners use candle wax to make "invisible" designs that are revealed with watercolor paints.
In this activity on page 2 of the PDF, learners discover how color changes can help scientists distinguish between acids and bases.
In this activity, learners explore the possibilities of clay as a natural material.
In this activity, learners "draw" with frozen tempera paint. The ice cubes are prepared the day before by placing watered down tempera paint and popsicle sticks in ice cube trays.
In this activity (located on page 10 of the PDF), learners explore the properties of spraying and dripping water, while making art.
Use grape juice, baking soda, water and vinegar to make acid and base indicator paper! This activity contains a recipe and instructions for the indicator paper.
Create a painting by blowing air out of a straw. Push liquid acrylic paint around on some watercolor paper by aiming short bursts of air onto the paint puddle.
In this activity, early learners create paintings by making music and rhythm. Learners place paper in cans, add paint-soaked beans (or pebbles) and put the tops on.
In this activity, learners explore properties of water and watch evaporation happen by "painting" with water in the sun.
This activity is about the mural making process done about 9,000 years ago in Catalhoyuk, Turkey.
In this activity on page 7 of the PDF, learners experiment with the interesting designs that can be made by painting on plaster.
In this art meets chemistry activity, early learners discover the almost magical absorbent properties of salt while creating ethereal watercolor paintings.
Light painting is a creative activity that involves creating striking images and illusions using a camera, a light source, and a little practice.