[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text font_weight=”400″]Remember those old books that always went with this type of paper and with the back of the skin?

Some also carried these drawings inside, in the leaves of Guarda of the covers.

 

 

 

This week we have made a marble paper or a marbled paper with the children. I laughed a lot in the verse!

Since we have used some odorless solvent, we have disguised the children with gowns, odor masks and gloves.

It looked like an operating room … Children have laughed a lot at seeing each other!

 

The process to make this type of drawing on paper is very easy and you can change color as you are doing paperwork.[/vc_column_text][kraft_image_gallery gallery_columns=”2″ image_gallery_ids=”2454,2442,2448,2460″][vc_column_text font_weight=”400″] 

According to the colors and how they are removed, the designs change a lot.

Here are some examples:

 [/vc_column_text][kraft_image_gallery gallery_columns=”2″ image_gallery_ids=”2439,2472,2481,2487,2475″][vc_column_text font_weight=”400″] 

The children liked the marbled paper so much that they have done so much. Then we have put them to dry on the floor. Each child has made his row.

It looks like this:

 [/vc_column_text][kraft_image_gallery gallery_columns=”2″ image_gallery_ids=”2466,2430″][vc_column_text font_weight=”400″] 

In this video you can see how it is done:

 

 

Next week we will use these sheets of marbling paper to continue our activity … Surprise!!!

 [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]