This is a fun sensorial Father's Day craft which, besides advancing fine-motor control via the use of a dropper, will also teach your child ❤️💛💙 PRIMARY and SECONDARY colors.
After Adrian made PRIMARY colors, he made SECONDARY colors by adding the following:
- he added 💛 yellow to ❤️ red making = ORANGE color;
- he then added 💙 blue to 💛 yellow= making 💚 green;
- finally, Adrian added ❤️ red to 💙 blue= making 💜 purple.
Adrian made orange, green, and purple SECONDARY colors.
Adrian thus learned hands-on how to make secondary colors by mixing the two primary colors.You may also offer a child to mix any 🎨 colors coming up with own color-pallet.As a final touch, Adrian added some sparkling glitter and wrote "Love you Dad!"
For more on Father's Day craft ideas see here a video post "👔 Father's Day Craft - 🎥 Magically Appearing 🙈Secret 🖌Message."
Also, read here last year's craft "👔 Father's Day Craft - "Daddy, I love you 🚀 to the 🌙 moon and back!"
For more on color mixing and science, see here a post "Primary Colors, 💧Water & Tissue Paper Capillary Action Timelapse Science Experiment (Rainbow Walking Water)."