Colour Scientist Activity For Kids: Colourful Paper Flowers

Your child and you can make multicoloured flowers out of tissue paper and some paint. Well, not only will your little one learn a new technique of creating interesting wall decor, but they also gets a sensory experience — watch how the tissue paper absorbs. So, without much ado, here’s the colour scientist colourful paper flowers activity. Oh, it’s a messy art activity and so get ready for some oodles of splashes around!

 
Parental Involvement: Medium

Duration: 25 minutes

Skills Acquired: Sensory, Creativity, Cognitive

Materials

  1. Tissue papers
  2. Paint
  3. Coloured Paper
  4. Sketch pen
  5. Glue
  6. A pair of scissors
  7. Water
  8. Cups

Instructions for Colour Scientist Colorful Paper Flowers Activity

  • Fold a few tissue papers into small squares.
  • Mix colours in water.
  • Dip the edges of tissue papers, one at a time, in different colours. Don’t dip them for long. Leave them to dry.
  • Once dry, cut them into circles and trim along the edges.
  • Now, ruffle the trims to create the flowers.
  • Glue them on the coloured paper.
  • With a sketch pen, add the other details to the flowers.

Your blossoming multicoloured flowers are all done!

Go ahead and create more interesting wall decors with some tissues and paint! Wouldn’t it be nice to try out interesting patterns?

Activity done by Vishwajeet