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Color mixing

For this I placed cups of different color water in a bin, I used food coloring to color the water (and placed everything in a bin to make clean up easier)

pouring practiced 

Then I gave my kids spoons, and droppers to add the water to bowls and a paint tray.

Very nice colors!!

My 4 year old really got this activity and loved trying to make new colors while my almost 3 year old just wanted to pour everything out. They both had lots of fun learning and at the end when all the water turned a deep blue we did a race to fill the cups just to add to the fun.


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