- Filed under: Featured, Magic Art, Science Experiments, Teaching Ideas Science and Art: Marbled Milk Painting by Cheryl Villareal on Sep 26th, 2016
Kids get fascinated with the simplest things. They love magic and discovery, which is why it's always fun to do science experiments with them. So how about a science experiment which ends with a little art?
For our art and science combo, my co-teacher and I decided to let them have some fun with milk and food coloring.
What You Will Need:
Big and shallow container
Food coloring (more colors, more fun)
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- Filed under: Colors and Shapes, Cooking in Class, Edible crafts, Featured, Science Experiments, Teaching Ideas Magic Water by Cheryl Villareal on Oct 31st, 2010
All this holiday talk really gets me hungry! Now I'm sure you've all seen a bunch of Halloween appetizers over the internet. I'm sure you've all tried making some eyeball fruit punch or wormy mud-cakes. But what about something simple...like water? Can a simple glass of water be a Halloween treat! Absolutely!
I read about this somewhere, though I no longer recall where I saw it. My apologies.
What you will need
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- Filed under: Arts and Crafts, Colors and Shapes, Teaching Ideas Crayon resist magic by Cheryl Villareal on Jul 17th, 2010
Young children are easily fascinated.. that's why magic always works with them regardless of how simple it may be! It becomes even more fun for them when they are able to perform that "magic" on their own. Even after they've done it, they still couldn't believe it! It often gives them a feeling of great joy and accomplishment that they were able to do such a mind-boggling task!
Last week we prepared a crayon resist activity for the children. I... Read More » Tags Share Comments (4 )