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Fire-filled mural

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Collect branches while outside with your group and use them to create a unique fire.


1. Gather your material. You will need red, orange, and yellow paint, aluminum pie plates or other containers you can pour paint in, a scrubbing brush, several branches, white glue and/or hot glue, scissors, and a large piece of white paper.

 

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2. Pour red paint in an aluminum plate and dip the scrubbing brush in it. Make several impressions on the white paper to represent flames.

 

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3. Pour orange poster paint in another aluminum plate and make orange impressions on top of and between the red flames.

 

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4. Pour yellow paint in a third aluminum plate to add yellow flames to your mural. Be sure to name each color with the children in your group.

 

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5. One by one, glue the branches at the bottom of your mural to represent logs. Add a few drops of glue to stick the branches together for extra solidity. Hang your mural on a wall. Children will love sitting in front of their unique campfire to sing songs, pretend to roast marshmallows, etc.

 

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Patricia-Ann Morrison


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