This Scooby Doo craft is absolutely amazing. This Scooby Doo craft is not only fun, but a great way to learn about color mixing. This Scooby Doo craft is great for kids of all ages: toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarten kids. Whether you’re at home or in the classroom, this is a great Scooby Doo activity.
Scooby Doo Craft For Kids
We all grew up with Scooby Doo. Who doesn’t love all the fun mysteries, the fake and real ghosts. We all love Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy, and Scooby Doo of course.
And now you can make all of them! The best part this Scooby Doo craft is not only fun, budget-friendly, but also educational.
Learn about colors with Scooby Doo!
Related: Learn about colors with this colorful yarn wrapped popsicle stick craft.
Possibilities For Learning Color Mixing With This Scooby Doo Craft
Through this simple craft activity your kids will learn how to mix the three primary colors, red, yellow and blue to make the secondary colors brown, green, purple and orange. A practical and fun way to learn the Color Wheel.
Brown: mix red and green paint or blue and orange
Green: mix blue and yellow
Orange: mix red and yellow. If you want a lighter orange, use more yellow… darker, use more red
Purple: mix red and blue
Pink: add a little of the purple to white paint
Supplies Recommended For This Colorful Scooby Doo Craft
How To Make This Fun and Colorful Scooby Doo Craft For Kids
Tape off parts of your popsicle sticks. For example leave the bottom untaped, but tape the area right above it.
Paint the uncovered area. Let dry.
Untape the area above the painted and move it to the next section.
Paint the new uncovered area and allow dry.
Repeat steps 1-4 on each popsicle stick color coordination each popsicle stick.
Each color should represent the Scooby Doo gang.
- Velma- Orange and red
- Shaggy- Red, green, peach
- Scooby- Brown, blue, and black
- Freddy- Blue, white, and yellow
- Daphne- Purple, white, orange
Love Scooby Doo? Who doesn’t! This Is Our Experience With This Scooby Doo Craft
My Little Miss has been an avid fan of all things Scooby for a few years now, and I was a fan when I was her age too. It’s such a classic series.
Your kids are going to love making and playing with these Scooby Doo Popsicle Stick Dolls, so easy to make – just paint and play – and in the process learning about primary and secondary colors.
Painting in simple stripes in the ever recognizable color combinations the characters will come to life with the minimum of detail.
Apologies for my daughters grubby nails!!! that’s on my to do list for this evening.. haha
- Popsicle Sticks
- Acrylic Paints
- Tape off parts of your popsicle sticks. For example leave the bottom untaped, but tape the area right above it.
- Paint the uncovered area. Let dry.
- Untape the area above the painted and move it to the next section.
- Paint the new uncovered area and allow dry.
- Repeat steps 1-4 on each popsicle stick color coordination each popsicle stick.
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How did your Scooby Doo craft turn out?