Art engages children’s senses in open-ended play and develops cognitive, social-emotional and multi-sensory skills. Summer มา เด้ คอ ล ลา เจน รีวิว a wonderful time for outdoor art and sensory science activities you can do outside.
Liquid Watercolor in an unforgettable art and science experiment that costs only pennies. To make “Ice Tunnels,” fill up a variety of plain plastic containers with water and freeze overnight. What happens when the salt, color and ice sit out for a while and begin their tranformation? Salt is an interesting mineral with many unique properties. It lowers the freezing temperature of water, so it corrodes little crevices into the ice as it melts down portions of it. These crevices, or “nooks and crannies,” show up beautifully when liquid color is dropped into them.
If you leave chunks of ice touching each other, the salt will make some of them stick together after you leave them on the tray for a while. It’s the corrosion happening between the walls as they touch each other. Here are a collection of salted ice chunks after about a half an hour in the sun. Liquid Watercolor in teal, blue and turquoise. Find more creative art lessons in Smart Art 2. Shop here for your own copy! This looks great, I cannot wait to use this with my students.