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Arts and Crafts

Saturday, June 06, 2009

Pudding Art

My husband was eating one of those Jello puddings, when all of a sudden he said: "How is this for art?" He showed me the bowl and I saw how he had scooped the pudding in to a perfect circle with a heart in the middle.

How creative, I bet there is pudding art as well. I wish I had taken a picture of his creation, because he seems to be the first and only one who came up with pudding art like that. I could not find anything like it.

Yes, there is pudding art as you can gather from these beautiful paintings, but the pudding is mainly used as finger paint and practised by children.

This art is used in pre-schooling to teach them to control the small muscles in their hands and coordinate the eye and hand movement. It also helps them to differentiate between and recognize smells and tastes.

Some mothers replace the finger paint with pudding, which not only makes good sense, but is healthy as well. It washes out easily, is quickly cleaned up and you don't have to worry about your critters sticking their fingers in their mouth.

Not convinced? Try it. The proof is in the pudding! :-)

See also:
Pudding Art - Materials

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