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14 Nov

Trying to find things to go along with  a Gingerbread unit that use our senses.  I wanted to paint Gingerbread houses and thought it would be great it they could smell yummy after they dry.  I figured out how… 

Grab some Kool-Aide or the Generic brand like I used (it is much cheaper and works as well).  Find small containers for each color.  Empty the packet into a container.  Add water slowly…  just enough to make the powder dissolve.  That is it!

Now you have some smelly paint.  I did find that q-tips work best for applying the paint.  It is a thinner paint and I liked it that way… but if you wanted it thicker, you could always add some of your tempra paint to each color. 

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4 Responses to “Scratch and Sniff Paint!!!”

  1. Amy Trax
    12:25 PM on November 15th, 2012

    Great idea! Another way is to use skittles. I had my students sort them, graph them and then we added water for paint. They loved it!

  2. Colleen Fetter Gallagher
    12:57 PM on November 15th, 2012

    ooo. like the skittles idea for my rainbow unit. :)

  3. Teresa Butler
    5:28 PM on November 18th, 2012

    Around Easter I tried Jelly beans but it was way to sticky.

  4. Teaching Heart
    1:40 PM on November 18th, 2012

    Go to know. Thanks Teresa. This was not sticky at all.

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