Paper Plate & Cupcake Liner Fish - Easy Peasy and Fun
We love paper plate crafts and we love cupcake liner crafts so we combined those two fun materials and made paper plate & cupcake liner fish! Both paper plate and cupcake liner crafts are fun for all ages! Let’s make a paper plate & cupcake liner fish! You’ll need: 1 or 2 paper plates cupcake […]
Bauer Elementary: Very Hungry Kindergarteners...I mean Caterpillars!
Kindergarten artists at Bauer Elementary had a blast with this lesson! This project concluded our Eric Carle artist study and was a big hit...
Mess Free Painting with Egg Carton -
Mess Free Painting with Egg Carton, Mom Hack! pour in paint, container also easily holds paintbrushes and when done, toss egg carton out -
Watercolour and Oil Pastel Resist Snowflake
Create this beautiful watercolour and oil pastel resist snowflake is jus a few easy steps. Fantastic art process for kids and a great way to introduce watercolour techniques to kids.
This is SO easy, SO fun, SO fast and the results are always great! All you need is paper, paint and some old business/credit cards (or cardboard offcuts around that size). Josie and I had a bit of fun revisiting this as I didn't have any photos of doing it in class. Fabulous for exploring…
Shadow Sidewalk Chalk Art
Sidewalk Chalk Art & Science - Here's a shadow art project for kids, and hands-on STEAM activity, that can help children learn about shadow science and how shadows form while painting sidewalk chalk art. Making DIY chalk paint, and painting shadow art, is a fun outdoor art project and science activity for kids from toddlers to teens!
Diffusing Watercolor Masterpiece - S&S Blog
This is the perfect art therapy project. Art therapy is a way of utilizing the creative process of art and also having a low barrier to entry. Art therapy can benefit a wide spectrum of disorders, diseases, and disabilities and can … Read More
Easy Art Activity for Kids: Blow Paint Monsters
Let your kids' imaginations run wild with this Easy Art Activity for Kids: Blow Paint Monsters! With some paint and a simple drinking straw, toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners can create endless varieties of colorful and whimsical creatures!