Extracting Colors from Flowers and Plants

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Extracting Colors from Flowers and Plants

Extracting Colors from Flowers and Plants

At Karana Early Education Centre, they did an exciting activity in the Platypus room! The kids engaged in a creative activity where they could extra colors from flowers and plants.

Extracting colors

The students were given some watercolor paper that they arranged their colors upon. They put silicon paper over the top and then (carefully) used a hammer to smash the plants and flowers. This released the natural colors from the plans onto the paper. The kids loved seeing this process! They used their motor skills to crush the plants and flowers and exercised their creativity to arrange everything in a manner that created a gorgeous end effect. It was a lovely activity.

Source for photos: Karana Early Education Centre

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March 14, 2021
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