When ancient Egyptians painted statues and scrolls, the artists used paints made from pigments of plants and clay, which were ground into powders and mixed with water. Today, chemists use synthetic pigments and a liquid vehicle to make paints. Your students can use this kit to learn about the chemistry involved in making paints today, and to make their own blue and green paint. Developed by David Budnik. Includes materials for 250 students and instructions. Grades 5 - 9.