I've pinned a hundred or more projects on Pinterest that I'm interested in trying with my students. However, before they reach my students....I need to try them out & see if it is something that will actually work in my classroom. I'm still thinking through this one. I like the results, but am trying it imagine how it would work with a class of 20some students. If you've not seen this project...you place a layer of shaving cream in a pan. Then you drop acrylic paint(I'm sure liquid tempera would work too...powdered tempera does not work well...I tried it) into the shaving cream and take a stick of some sorts(I used a paint brush handle) and draw lines in the shaving cream...dragging the paint as you go. Then place a piece of paper into the pan, pressing gently to make sure the paper is covered. Remove paper and let stand for several minutes. Then take a squeegie and remove the mixture(I used a plastic bowl).
So how would you use this project in your classroom?