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What do the words Quaker, Hyacinth, and Umbrella have in common? They are all names of types of parrots. Create colorful parrots without any mess using Color Wonder™ Paints.
There are at least 328 species of parrots--cockatoos, lories, lovebirds, macaws, and parakeets. Look at pictures and find real ones to admire if possible. Notice that every parrot has a small head with eyes and a beak. Where are its ears? Parrots have curved torsos, claw feet, wings, and a tail (sometimes a very long one). What colors are their feathers and beaks? What else makes these elegant birds so special?
With Crayola Color Wonder™ Markers and Paper, outline a parrot, perhaps sitting on a perch or a tree branch. Fill in the outline using Color Wonder™ Paints. Blend red, blue, and yellow to get a wide variety of bright parrot colors. Use the brush to get different effects--stroke for a feathery look, swirl for a smoother one, dab for a stippled effect. Air-dry the paint.
How many different species of parrots are represented by the paintings in the class? Consider making a colorful parrot display with labels!
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