Painting on the grill in preschool

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on July 15, 2011

in Creative Art, ketchup and Mustard Painting, Painting

To go along with our pretend barbecue, the boys had fun with a little ketchup and mustard painting on the grill…

First we used a basting brush to spread a little ketchup and mustard (red and yellow paint) on our grill (aluminum pan with holes in it)…

The paint flowed through the holes leaving fun little dots on our red paper…

At first, we had only set out yellow paint in a mustard container for this but the boys wanted to add ketchup too….

They were quite fascinated with the holes in the pan and the dots that were left on their paper…

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