Painting With Broccoli

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Painting With Broccoli

Painting With Broccoli

At Joyful Noise Christian Preschool, they did a clever painting activity where they used broccoli! Broccoli isn't just a healthy vegetable, it can be perfect for creating the effect of leaves on a tree when used as a paintbrush. That's exactly what the little ones used it to do!

Materials needed for this craft

To do this painting craft you will need the following:

*Stalks of broccoli

*Piece of paper with print-out of a bare tree

*Paint--acrylic or tempera works well

How to do this craft

To do this painting craft, follow these steps:

1. Put down your paper with the print-out of the tree.

2. Dip a stalk of broccoli in some paint.

3. Carefully dab your broccoli on the tree print-out and see how it looks like leaves.

4. Continue to dab stalks of broccoli and make a beautiful and colorful tree!

5. Wait for the paint to dry and show everyone your tree!

Source for photos: Joyful Noise Christian Preschool

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Painting With Broccoli
February 9, 2021
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