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Creative activities, such as Melting Marker Colors, enable children to expand their understanding of color and art on their own terms.
Cover your craft area with newspaper. Wet a piece of heavy, light-colored paper. You're going to experiment with mixing colors. With a Crayola Paint Brush and clear water, dampen the paper.
Choose a Crayola Washable Marker. Make strokes of color on your wet paper.
Color over the first color with another color. Or put a line of one color close to another color. Watch how the colors melt into each other to create a third color, or a rainbow effect.
Experiment with different colors and amazing effects. What new colors can you make? Air-dry your papers on more newspaper, spreading them out so they don't touch.
Let's make something!
Let the good times roll with this project. It's packed with opportunities to explore music, science, visual arts, and cr
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