COLORS OF FALL! By Adaptive Art
These were made by taping down pieces of watercolor paper to a large piece of cardboard (I cut mine from pizza boxes) then we dripped orange, red, and green liquid watercolors onto the surface. The students then picked up the cardboard and let the colors drip and mix together. (This also created new colors such as brown!) Some students turned the boards all directions, others tapped the bottom on the table letting it drip one way. You can also spray the paper with water to help the paint move a little more if any are having trouble. We began this project by looking at leaves we had found outside and talked about the colors we saw!