The next time you’re looking for an activity to do with the kids or even at a birthday party, check out this Edible Jelly Bean Watercolors. #kidsactivity #myhomebasedlife #springactivities #painting #watercolor | Easy Kids Activity | Watercoloring for Preschoolers | Activities for Kindergarteners | Spring Activities for kids

Course: Kids Craft
Cuisine: Craft

The next time you’re looking for an activity to do with the kids or even at a birthday party, check out this Edible Jelly Bean Watercolors.

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Directions

  1. Print out the free Spring themed coloring sheet.
  2. Separate your jelly beans into different colors. This is a great opportunity for color naming practice and counting with little ones.
  3. Place at least 6 jelly beans into each small plastic cup. The more jelly beans you add to the cups, the darker your watercolor paint will be.
  4. Pour some warm water into the cups with the jelly beans.
  5. Let the jelly beans sit for up to 10 minutes, stirring every once in a while to help remove the coloring for the candy.
  6. Remove the jelly beans with a spoon.
  7. Use your watercolor paint as you normally would.