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The freedom of expression in Claude Monet's paintings of water lilies is a natural analogy for children's joyful play.
Look at several prints of Monet's water lilies. Notice the free-flowing brush strokes he used to show water in motion. Imagine yourself swimming in that water. How would you feel as the water swirls warmly around you?
Cover your work area with recycled newspaper. Choose Crayola® Washable Kid's Paint colors that suggest water and nature. Using large, free strokes with Crayola Brushes, paint water and plant forms on a large sheet of paper.
Paint yourself into the environment, too. Paint as if you could feel the water and leaves swirling around you. Try natural colors, and flow with the water.