Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Good idea? Maybe!

I'm not sure if this was a GENIUS idea or maybe a waste of time, but either way, I thought I'd share! The kindergarteners were going to be painting with watercolors today and I wanted them to only use the primary colors. So, I made a cover, of sorts, that covered up all the watercolors EXCEPT the colors they needed. It was kind of tedious cutting out the ovals but it kind of worked! Because they're kindergarteners, they totally smashed down the watercolors, but at least they only smashed down the primary colors!
I'll take that as a win!

How do you limited your supplies with the itty-bitties?


  1. I tape individual watercolors onto a paper plate. Taping prevents little fingers from picking up the watercolors and ending up with multicolor fingers!

  2. I have sets where I've removed all the other colors... only the primary colors are in them.