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Homemade watercolour paints - easy recipe, great homemade kid's paints

Homemade watercolour paints - easy recipe, great homemade kid's paints
Kids can make their own homemade watercolour paints with 5 common, kitchen ingredients! If your kids love simple science activities and art, then they’ll love making these homemade watercolour paints. The hooligans love to paint so we do a lot of painting here in my daycare. Actually, I’ve never met a toddler or preschooler who doesn’t love to paint. There’s something just so lovely about dipping your brush into a fresh pallet of colour, and making big, bold, colourful strokes on a piece of paper. We use all kinds of paint here in my daycare – acrylics, finger paint, chalk paint, tempra paint, liquid watercolours, and solid watercolours. Now, I don’t know about your kids, but the hooligans can blow through a tray of those store-bought watercolours in a matter of minutes. Well, I’ve found an awesome, inexpensive solution to that problem. I make trays of homemade watercolour paints for my daycare hooligans. So! It’s easy! The photos that you see in this post are of a double batch. Ingredients

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