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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!
Swirl and twirl your fingers. Use Color Wonder™ Fingerpaints to fill your paper with colorful spirals. There’s no mess!
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