Science and Color

Scouring the shelves of the curriculum closet I came across a “contraction” that had a tag on it that read: “For mixing, paint and potions.” This I thought, sounded mysterious and deserved to see the light of day. I thought I start with running water through the mechanical mixer just to see how it actually works. After testing it out, I thought it would be interesting to use this as a vehicle to introducing children to the the simple mechanics involving air, pressure, and water. And we added our own color to the water one could observe the actual flow of water as it channeled through the tubes. I still don’t think we used this apparatus as for what it is intended for, but without any directions included, we got to make this one up. I think the next time we will experiment with making paint and adding it directly to the their art work This should make for an interesting way of combining science with art!

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