Easy Art Projects for Kids
Recently, we’ve discovered the joys of Liquid Watercolor Paint here in my daycare, and while I absolutely love them, they can be expensive to buy. For years, I’ve heard that you can use dried out markers to make your own liquid watercolor paints. I’ve made my own homemade watercolor paint pucks for years, and I love
At this time of year, after weeks of dreary, grey skies, I start to yearn for colourful crafts like our rainbow wind chimes and rainbow collages. Yesterday we made this vibrant Colour Wheel craft! It was a beautiful way to teach the hooligans about colour, colour order and colour-mixing. And after numerous
Puffy Paint Valentines Cards – a valentines craft for kids and a recipe for homemade puffy paint. Homemade puffy paint is very easy to make with 3 common kitchen ingredients and a bit of water. With Valentine’s day right around the corner, I thought it would be fun to
Wax resist painting will fascinate kids of all ages! Pop over to CBC Parents to learn how it’s done, and to see the Valentines cards that the hooligans have been making.
Olympic Ring Art stamped with cardboard tubes! In the Spirit of the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, we used cardboard tubes to stamp some Olympic Ring Art last week. When we’re creating a permanent piece of art, I love to use an old, second-hand shop painting as a canvas. Turning
A name recognition activity with salt, glue and watercolour art! This was our first time doing salt, glue and watercolour art, and the hooligans and I had so much fun with the process! I used the technique as a tool to help work on letter and name recognition,
Homemade thank you cards for kids to make using Crayon Resist Art! Believe it or not, this is our first ever Crayon Resist Art project, so I’m pretty excited to share it with you. What is Resist Art? You’ve likely seen this process before. Resist Art is a process