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Tennis Ball Printing

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A great way to make a beautiful print is by using tennis balls.



Time: 10 minutes preparation / unlimited craft time.
Age: 3 and Up
Level: Easy

Materials
Tennis balls
Food colouring
Sponges
Plastic containers
Butcher's paper



Method
Mix food colouring and water together. Pour colour onto sponges.
Place a tennis ball into each container.



Place paper into fence. The activity is ready to start.



Get your child to press the tennis ball into the coloured sponge and then with a little force splat it onto the paper, making a print. Continue with colours of choice.



Leave to dry.



Categories
#Printing
#Under 5s
#5 to 10s
#Over 10s
#Easy
#Messy play
#Outdoors
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I trie this with my kids and both the 2 yer old and four year old loved it.
We didn't press the balls on the paper though, we threw them at it which was much more satisfying.
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