Here's how you do it
- Cool whip
- food coloring
- paint brushes, cookie cutters, combs
Put the cool whip into the muffin tin. I had C and K do it. Notice they had nothing in the pan at first.
She learned quickly how to scoop more cool whip up and put it in the pan.
Add food coloring. (You can choose to do it yourself, but C and K do a great job of adding 2-3 drops. I have a high patience tolerance when it comes to kids).
Start painting. I had spoons, cookie cutters, combs, and paintbrushes for them to explore with.
Hmm...what happens when you fold the paper?
Wow! Look at that!
Let's try that again.
So excited at her new pictures.
She had so much fun! Her hair proves it!
I'd say the pictures are proof.
We had so much fun painting with Cool Whip. You should try it!
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