Don't you just love how kids see magic in something that as adults is obvious?
- white crayons
- watercolor paint
- white paper
First, have your child draw with the white crayon. This can be a bit complicated for kids because it can be hard to remember exactly where you drew before. It's completely acceptable to scribble.
Then use watercolor paints to go all over the drawing.
As you paint, you will see the paint resist or pull away from the white crayon revealing the drawing - like magic. :)
Incidentally, you can use the same technique when dying eggs. Draw on the egg with white crayon before dipping in the dye and the drawing with appear.
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