By Atlanta Parent Editorial . July 21, 2014
Find a colorful use for an old sheet and keep the kids busy for hours.
You’ll need: An old sheet, tempera paints, brushes, sponges, a hose and stakes.
Directions: Make a “canvas” by hanging an old sheet on a clothesline or over a fence, and securing the bottom corners with wooden stakes or screwdrivers. You can soak the sheet with a hose or leave it dry. Your child can use sponges, paintbrushes and his fingers to create a masterpiece. Once the artwork is finished, simply hose it down to create a new canvas so he can start again.
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