Preschool Colors Arts and Crafts



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Tie Die Sheet
Submitted by Debby
What You Need:
  • Paint
  • Sheet
  • Spray Bottles
What You Do:
  • Hang a large white sheet up outside and give each child a spray bottle with different colors of water in them. Let the children spray the sheet until it is completely soaked. Let dry and use as a table cloth.
Fruit Loop Rainbow
Submitted by Linda
What You Need:
  • Paint
  • Paper
  • Glue
  • Fruit Loops
What You Do:
  • Use a large piece of poster board. Add food coloring or paint to glue to correspond with the colors of Fruit Loops cereal. Then paint a rainbow on the paper with the glue. Then have the children sort and match the fruit loops and stick them to the corresponding colors on the rainbow.
The Color Mixer Pyramid
Submitted by Tonya
What You Need:
  • Paint
  • Paper
What You Do:
  • Have child dip their hand in Yellow paint and place at the very top their paper. Dip other hand in Red paint and place at the very bottom left corner of their paper. Rub hands together to create Orange and place a hand print in between the Red and Yellow. Wash their hands. Dip a hand in Blue paint and place at the very bottom right corner of their paper. Dip the other hand in Red and mix the two hands together to create Purple. Place a hand print between the Red and Blue hand prints Wash hands. Dip a hand in Blue and a hand in Yellow and rub together to create Green. Place this hand print between the Blue and Yellow. You know have a pyramid of colors!
Coffee Filter Mixers
Submitted by Linda
What You Need:
  • Washable Markers
  • Coffee Filters
  • Spray Bottles
What You Do:
  • Have children color coffee filters with washable markers. Have the children squirt the filters with spray bottles. Watch how the colors bleed and mix with each other.
Various Colors (Coffee Filter)
Submitted by Paige
What You Need:
  • Washable Markers
  • Coffee Filters
What You Do:
  • Make a ring on the coffee filter with a black marker near the center, about an inch from that ring make another ring, continue doing this until you reach the edge. Fold the coffee filter several times. Dip the end of the filter into water for a few seconds. The black ink will run and other colors will be seen. Open the filter and lay flat on newspaper to dry.
Fruit Loop Color
What You Need:
  • Fruit Loops
  • Plastick Baggies
  • Paper
  • Glue
What You Do:
  • Have the children find a specific color of the fruit loops. Then put them into plastic baggies and let them crush them. We used blocks for this. When they are all crushed put let them put glue on the paper and springle them all over. My two's and three's absolutely loved it!!!
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