So we are all looking for activities to do outdoors now that the weather is sunny and beautiful. Well, there is no better time to create sun prints then spring and summer! This activity lets your child explore the effects of light and shadow. It combines science and art! Sun prints usually use the sun’s rays and chemically treated paper to create a silhouette of an object, you can use affordable construction paper.
What You Need to Create Sun Prints:
- Construction paper (try buying the less expensive paper that is prone to fading)
- Solid objects/ Shapes (use household items such as cut out shapes from cardboard (you can cover them in foil to attract the sun more), cans, scissors, utensils, leaves)
What to Do:
Tip: If breezy make sure you secure the paper onto a surface with a heavy object or tape.
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