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Books : Book Themes > Mouse Paint

Mouse Painting added 9-9-01 Original Author Unknown

Need: Cat toy mice, paper, paint

Directions: Purchase several cat-toy mice, those furry ones are especially realistic.  Have the children dip them in paint to paint their paper. 


Mouse Shape added 9-9-01 Original Author Unknown

Need:  Finger-paint paper, paint

Directions: Make a mouse shape, or have the children cut their own "mice" out of finger-paint paper. Using finger paint or ice paints in red, blue, and yellow, let the children see what colors they can make.


Color Fun added 9-9-01 Original Author Unknown

Need: Blue, red, and yellow cellophane, glue, and paper

Directions: Make little mice shapes out of blue, red, and yellow cellophane.  Let the children glue these "mice" onto a white sheet of construction paper.  Watch them as they explore making new colors by overlapping the mice! 


Tissue Paper Collage added 9-9-01 Original Author Unknown

Need: Tissue paper, clear contact paper, yarn, hole punch

Directions: Have the children use scissors to cut colored sheets of tissue paper into smaller pieces, and use them to make a collage on clear contact paper. The colors will blend and create areas of see-through and opaque. Punch a hole in each child's color creation, and attach string for hanging.


No Mess added 9-9-01 Original Author Unknown

Need: Finger-paint paper or wax paper, paint, plastic wrap, tape, white paper

Directions: Do no-mess finger-painting. Put out finger-paint paper  or wax paper, and tape to the table. Drop on a few blobs of thick tempera paint or finger-paint. Cover the paint with a sheet of plastic wrap, and tape down the  edges. Encourage the children to move the colors around with their hands to mix. When they're done, take off the plastic wrap, and invite the children to press sheets of white paper over the wet paint to make prints.




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