Did you know you can paint with Kool-Aid? You can also paint with ice and homemade 3D puff paint!
Annie discovered this painting medium and claims it made her classroom smell amazing for days! This could prove to be a useful trick for hot, humid summer day with a house full of sweaty kids. Open up a few packets of kool aid, pour into bowls, and sprinkle on paper. Then use a squirt bottle and spray the kool aid. Let it dry and be amazed.
Annie said she also layered colors in salt shakers and let the kids shake it on the paper. Don’t use grape kool aid, it turns our blackish and yucky.
Comments & Reviews
Emily Nash says
I think I love this. I teach classes for parents and their toddlers and I am always looking for new ideas that are good for toddler developmental levels. I think this might work out wonderfully!
Maria V says
I've never though to use Kool-Aid before as a paint! It reminds me of the days when we would use it to dye our hair…but a lot more practical and cool hahaha!