1. Assorted Colors of Chalk
2. Chalk Drawings produced on Watercolor paper
3.White tempera fingerpaint
After fingerpainting over previously chalked drawings, children will:
1. discover the process of fusion as some of the more heavily chalked area provide a residue of color that mixes with the fingerpaint media, creating new patterns of color.
2. internalize a knowledge of constancy as they discover that chalk, as a media, is less constant than crayon,
-Creative Art for the Deveoloping Child