good afternoon. I’m a volunteer art teacher working in inner city Philadelphia Elementary School. I teach 3 days a week and do Art on a Cart. There are times that I have classes back to back with a 10 minute break. The kids love to paint, and like to give them that opportunity as often as I can. My issue is the distribution of paint. Today, I tried something new, and it failed miserably. My 3rd graders were doing a nighttime winter Landscape. Snowman and pine tree against the night sky. I gave out the paint as it was needed. We started with background and only black and blue was given out, then as they progressed, I gave them more paint. The classroom was set up in rows, so I spent the entire period (or the majority) running between rows squirting the requested paint on their pallets. Any suggestions?