After that, I pretty much just gave them papers, had them write their names with crayon, flip it over and get a paint shirt. I gave tables primary colors of liquid tempera (I added both turquoise and regular blue, then after a bit added magenta and white).
Students were allowed to paint whatever they wanted, and were told to stop 'when it's the most beautiful painting you've ever made.'
Here are the results:
BIG, GIANT SIGH for the many many hours I've spent trying to rotate these photos to the correct way I photographed them. If anyone has a solution that works, I'm listening because Google 100% is not helping.
Back to the actual lesson, I was worried about mixing-to-mud, but I only had two do that: