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How to Paint Winter Forest.

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This project teaches basic painting skills. It will improve your child's artistic skills and abilities. For kids 4-5 and older. It is essential to demonstrate and explain each step of this project.

Materials:
1. A sheet of thick paper
2. A couple of brushes
3. A set of acrylic or, preferably, tempera paints
4. A jar of water for washing brushes

First let your child paint a background: blue sky and brown ground. Allow painting to dry for a few minutes.

painting background for the winter forest
While the backgound is drying talk to your child about which trees loose leaves and which stay green in winter.

Next ask your child to paint a few trees right over the backgound. Let the painting dry.

painting trees in the forest
Finally, ask your child to paint falling snowflakes and snow laying on the ground and on the trees. Use white tempera or acrilic paint.
finished winter forest painting

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