Children in the International Kindergarten had an interesting Arts and Crafts event – Water Painting. They sprinkled a few drops of colored paint on the surface of water and let them spread. Then, they used a paintbrush to give a stroke… the clear surface of water becomes colorful and fascinating. After finishing the color designing, the children dye a piece of white paper with covering the surface and then allowing the paper to dry. It looks like blooming flowers growing from the water! Kindergarten children can develop their imagination and art skills from this practice and working in groups can also allow them to learn cooperative skills! Well done young artists!