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Dipping Easter eggs is a great way to learn about color mixing.  With the three primary colors (red, yellow, and blue) you can make the three secondary colors (orange, green, and purple).

P.S.  This is number 10 in my egg series!

Ann

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8 comments

    • We have mostly brown in New England too but I alway buy the white because my mom did and we are from New York where white is more popular.

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