Primary colors (blue, red, and yellow) will be the origin of the other colours. Secondary colors (purple, green, and orange) are made when two main colors blend. If you freeze colored ice cubes, then you can experiment with colour mixing since they melt. Blend cubes to produce secondary colours, and if you are feeling very creative, see whether you're able to create floral colors (yellow-orange, red-orange, red-violet, blue-violet, blue-green, and yellow-green)! Heads up: This job may dye your little ones' handson. We recommend using gloves or placing the coloured ice cubes in plastic bags for blending.
Assemble your components.
Pick out the ice cube tray from the freezer. And different the cubes by shade onto your own plates. Then mix and match unique colours to see what fresh colours you produce!