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Bursting Fireworks Picture

by Lucy (follow)
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Children just love fireworks and this is a fun picture for them to create, using a combination of dot painting and collage techniques. Young children will really enjoy dot painting the "firework patterns" and the end result is most impressive.



Fireworks painting
Fireworks over the city


Time: 60 minutes (approximately - not taking into account drying times)
Age: Under 5's
Level: Medium

Materials
Black paper
Red and green paint
Silver paper (or newspaper)
Cotton buds
Glue
Scissors
Ruler
Pencil
Glitter-glue (optional)



Fireworks painting
Materials ready to create the fireworks


Method

Take a piece of black paper (or paint a white sheet with black, then wait for it to dry), then begin with the first dot pattern, to create "fireworks". Each dot is created by simply dipping the cotton bud into paint and pressing it onto the paper. Try to encourage them to form lines spanning out from a central point, but random dots will also work well. Keep the dots towards the top half of the page, as the city skyline will occupy the bottom half of the page.



Fireworks painting
First firework pattern


Take a fresh cotton bud to create a second dot pattern in a new color.



Fireworks painting
Creating the second firework pattern


While all the dots are drying off, take your silver paper (or newspaper) to make a city skyline with a ruler and pencil.



Fireworks painting
Make an outline of the skyline


Use scissors to cut your skyline out and paste it onto the bottom half of the page.

Finish off with some glitter glue to highlight the fireworks patterns. Ta-da. Allow some drying time before displaying on your art wall or fridge for all to admire.

Categories
#Painting
#Under 5s
#Collage
#Medium
#Fireworks
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