|we then tried using blue paint to dip the orange halves in to create patterns
|in the same session as the oranges we also stamped with butterflies. They quickly filled a page with butterflies so that they could then get on with experimenting with the butterfly shaped sponges.
|This time we used green, blue, yellow and white paint.
|for both the hearts and the stars - there were more heart prints this time as the children seemed more capable to make prints - maybe as a result of having been allowed to experiment the previous day so fully.
|yet again the multi-coloured paint trays became works of art in themselves.
|and then paper was no longer required. The children only wanted to experience the paint on their hands - laughing at the farting noises it made as they squeezed it and admiring how far up their arms they could spread the cool paint.
|A few handprints were made - but not many at all - the paper was not required - this was body art.