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P.S.: My Monet's Waterlilies Lesson


Date: Mon Mar 21 2005 - 04:16:10 PST

I forgot an important step in the lesson: Wet the fingerpainting paper first
with water before painting. This allows the wet-on-wet technique and the
colors to blend. Talk about blending and the new colors that are made from
this. When the paper dries, the cool colors blended really look like water. I
run around the room with a spray bottles, if the little ones papers are too
dry and give their papers a "shower"- they love it!
Susan on Long Island