Use nature and recycled material to decorate a cardboard rainbow.
Ciana Malchione from the Children’s Museum of the Arts shows how to make a scavenger hunt rainbow out of cardboard, paint, nature, and recycled material. Learn color mixing and creative ways to add nature to your art, then hang up your beautiful new rainbow!
Follow along with Ginny from the Denver Museum of Science and Nature as she creates a walking water rainbow in this video from Camp TV.
Have you ever wanted to take a beautiful rainbow home with you? With this craft you can make your own rainbow window decoration and hang it up for all to see!
Do you know the order of the colors of the rainbow? In this clip Zach teaches us the colors of the rainbow and the correct color order.
Did you know you can trick your eye into seeing color even when it’s looking at something black and white? Learn about the photo-receptors in your eye and how optical illusions work in this video from Impossible Science!
Observe the reactions of hot versus cold water in this Liberty Science Center video from Camp TV. Jennifer Wagner conducts an experiment to test the how quickly food coloring travels through hot versus cold water. Use your observational skills to follow along and learn about how molecules operate in water.
Learn how to design your own t-shirt and print your design using vegetables! Follow along with this Appalachian Center for Crafts video produced by WCTE for Camp TV!
Follow these simple instructions and learn how to make a potato print in this Camp TV video from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Zach talks about primary color and secondary colors.