Easy Peasy July 4th Fireworks Craftivity
By The Artsy SLP
Red and Blue Paint
Bend the straws at a right angle and then tape them together to form a pinwheel.
Dip all the straws in the blue paint and apply to the white paper.
Then do the same thing with the red paint.
After a little practice, you can even combine the two colors together. Now you have your July 4th fireworks!
Use the wipes to clean your hands and table.
I usually follow up with a discussion on Independence Day; depending on the grade and ability level. For younger students, I work on following directions and I review the sequence of steps. For older students, I have them write a sentence or paragraph about the 4th of July.
Here is a wonderful article: http://www.timeforkids.com/news/happy-fourth-july/41766
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