100 Color Challenge!
I drew a 10x10 grid on a piece of drawing paper. Then, we grabbed our liquid watercolors and got to work trying to make 100 colors.
(It was definitely a lot harder than I thought to make 100 different colors, so we just settled on exploring how different colors mixed together and then coloring in the grid.)
Once we finished, it was neat to see what 100 looked like. My son then added his own squares to the grid, announcing that he now had "101 and 102" colors.
I hope you enjoy trying out this math and art activity with your preschoolers as well. This activity would go great with reading these 100-theme books:
And you could also explore the relationship between numbers with this colorful number chart art project.
And here are some more fun ways to explore 100 with your preschoolers...
More Ways to Explore 100 with Preschoolers
- Count to 100 Printable Snail Activity | Artsy Momma
- 100 Chickens Counting Preschool Activity | I Heart Crafty Things
- Learn to Count to 100: Place the ones Free Printable Math Activity | A Little Pinch of Perfect
- Counting to 100 Beaded Sculpture | Hand Made Kids Art
- Count to 100 Play Dough Squish Math Game | School Time Snippets
Happy exploring, friends!