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Material

  • Assorted Colours of paint
  • A couple empty cookie baking trays
  • Pieces of blank paper
  • a few empty containers
  • Bag of marbles

Method

  1. Place a piece of blank paper on each cookie tray for each child.
  2. Separate different color paints - adding a little to each empty plastic container.
  3. Then place a few marbles in each paint container - in order for marbles to be covered in paint
  4. Then let the kids have fun! Using the marbles from each container to place on their paper (in the tray) and rolling it around using the tray to create amazing and colourful works of Marble madness.




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  • mediaobsessedmama
    • 30 Mar 2014
      1:32 am

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  • This is a great idea. Something different created each time.

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  • My kids always liked marble painting

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  • This has always been a favourite with kids! I used to love this when I was little. You never know what you’re going to get

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  • We have lots of marbles at our place. I could get the kids to make Christmas wrapping paper with them.

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  • This is a really easy activity. Thanks :)

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  • A great activity for kids

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  • What a clever way of using marbles and paint to make some pictures for the kids to show off.

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  • Clever creative idea. How long did the kids enjoy doing it?

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  • What a fun way to paint and be creative

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  • I’ve done this activity with my Kindergarten class in the past and they thoroughly enjoyed it-very creative!

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  • What a very simple but clever and creative idea. I love it.

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  • Great idea. Thank you for sharing

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  • Will definitely try this when my babe is a bit older.
    I think at the age she is at (one and a bit) she’d be more interested in putting the marble in her mouth!

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  • How clever. So much fun, and mess, to be had with this one. Each one an original print

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  • Great way to create your very own wrapping paper

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