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Cookie Cutter Painting

ages 1-6


Paint, sponges, paper, and cookie cutters

Activity Detail

Collect several different shaped cookie cutters, holiday ones are especially fun. Place thin sponges in pie tins and pour on tempera paint in desired colors. Show your child how to press the cookie cutters onto the sponges, then onto paper to make prints. You can also use this to learn about mixing primary colors to make secondary colors.



Yael said:

This activity is definitely creative and original. I also like the suggestion of incorporating a lesson on how to mix primary colors to create secondary colors. I am not sure how engaging this activity is for 5-6 year olds though.

- Posted on Apr 28, 2008

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